ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader

ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader 1.3

Fast and easy to use tool that lets you listen to text instead of reading
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ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader is an easy-to-use tool that lets you listen to your documents instead of reading them on screen. ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader works in a very simple manner, you just needed to copy your text to the clipboard or import from text files, and it will then read the text for you. ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader contains built-in voices and uses 'Text to Speech' technology to synthesize natural sounding speech from ordinary text. ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader provides a wide variety of features. It allows you to convert text into a MP3/WAV audio files which you can listen later. With this tool you can create MP3 files from your emails, news articles, any text you want and download them your MP3 player. It also allows users to embed control tags in their text for the improvement of the prosody of text-to-speech translation. Although ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader results in very good quality output, it allows users to configure it. With an optional mp3 quality option it allows users to choice between the quality and size of the output. ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader is more than a text reader. It can be used to set alarms. It will announce time to users at any specific interval according to their settings. It can also maintain a reminder list to remind users of their important business or tasks. ACE-HIGH Text To Speech Reader allows users to edit the phonetics of mispronounced words and load or unload personal exception dictionaries. This highly configurable, fast and easy-to-use tool supports different languages and is free to try.

maitri shah
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Review summary

Pros

  • Good quality output
  • Provides alarm & reminder features
  • Highly configurable
  • Supports different languages

Cons

  • Does not work on Linux and Mac OS
  • Not a free tool
  • Does not provide options for batch processing
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