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Revision as of 09:20, 9 August 2012

Premier Text-to-Audio
Text-to-Audio icon Text-to-Audio is used for converting electronic documents to audio files.
 

Description

Text-to-Audio, developed by Premier Assistive Technologies, is a very easy-to-use utility that reads to you, and it works with virtually any application. It is ideal for reading email and web pages.

Key Features

  • Multiple input file formats
  • Can create 10 different types of audio files output files, including MP3, WAVE, GSM, MP2, WMA and VOX
  • Can convert existing audio files into other supported formats
  • TTA can automatically break up an eBook into timed audio segments or by bookmarks that you can insert. Each track becomes a track on an audio CD or separate MP3 files.
  • Can convert an hour of audio in 4 minutes.
  • Built-in talking word processor for final document editing.

Training

Printable resources

Audio/Video Resources

  • YouTube Video Playlist - Watch


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