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Online Help: Editing Conversions

You can modify one or more conversions' properties by selecting them and clicking the Edit button. These properties include:

Sound Filename

  • In the same folder as the text file: This option indicates that TextSound should create the sound file in the same folder as the text file. For example, if the text filename is "C:\Temp\abc.txt", TextSound will create the sound file "C:\Temp\abc.wav".
  • In the specified "Favorite Sound Folder": This option indicates that TextSound should create the sound file in the Favorite Sound Folder. You can specify a Favorite Sound Folder by choosing Preferences from the Options menu. For example, if the Favorite Sound Folder is "C:\My Documents" and the text filename is "C:\Temp\abc.txt", TextSound will create the sound file "C:\My Documents\abc.wav".
  • Use the user-defined folder and filename: This option indicates that TextSound should use the sound filename you entered in the Filename field. You can type a filename directly in the Filename field, or click the Browse button to specify a filename using a standard Save dialog box.

Text-to-Speech Voice

  • Name: This is the text-to-speech voice name for the selected conversions. You can choose the voice name from a list of text-to-speech voices installed on your computer.
  • Speed: This is the baseline average speed for the text-to-speech voice, in words per minute. You can adjust the speed by dragging the trackbar using your mouse. To micro-adjust the speeds for some voices, you may need to use the arrow keys on your keyboard.
  • Pitch: This is the baseline pitch for the text-to-speech voice, in hertz. You can adjust the pitch by dragging the trackbar using your mouse. To micro-adjust the pitches for some voices, you may need to use the arrow keys on your keyboard.
  • Volume: This is the baseline speaking volume for the text-to-speech voice. You can adjust the volume by dragging the trackbar using your mouse. To micro-adjust the volumes for some voices, you may need to use the arrow keys on your keyboard.

Once you have configured the conversion properties, you can:

  • Perform these conversions using the "Convert!" button.
  • Save the current conversions into a Conversion List (.CNV) file for later use.

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