Creating Audio Files

One of the most powerful features of Text Speaker is its ability to convert your documents into audio files.  This feature gives you flexibility to listen to the documents no matter where you are.  The audio files can be produced in WAV and MP3 formats.

Click Speak >> Convert Current File To Audio.

WAV Settings

MP3 Settings

Add Background Music

Start listening to lengthy articles with a soft background track.  When converting your document to MP3 format, you can combine speech with music.  The file formats supported for the background music are MP3, WAV, AIFF, WMA, MPA, ASF, MPEG, MPG, and M1V.

Click Speak >> Convert Current File to Audio.  Choose to convert to MP3 format so that you can add background music.  Enable the option Add background music to the output file.  Browse for the music file that you want to add.  When you choose the file, click Test to listen to how it sounds.  You can adjust the volume with the help of the slider.

The time taken for the process to complete depends on the length of the document.  Once the audio file is created, right click on it in the File List and click Play Audio File.

Batch File Conversion

Save time by converting multiple documents to audio files at a time with Batch conversion.  Mark the files in the File List for conversion.  Click Speak >> Convert Selected Files to Audio and set the audio properties.

To convert all the documents open in Text Speaker, click File >> Convert All Files To MP3 Audio / WAV Audio.