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Convert text to speech and add voiceover to your video

While not all types of videos require a voiceover to be effective, videos that use a narrator to sell a product or tell us a narrative are significantly more eye-catching and profitable.

The narration reinforces the message by adding an extra layer that allows some features of the product, service, or message to be communicated without having to develop a visual depiction for everything.

Does my video need a voiceover?

Consider the following when deciding whether or not to make a voiceover for your video:

— A video with voiceover in one or more languages is frequently requested by your client. In such circumstances, you won't have much else to consider and should create a video with a voiceover.

— It's a fantastic idea to use voiceover if you're preparing an explainer video with a screenplay that contains a lot of textual content. Otherwise, all of the sentences will have to be displayed on the screen, leaving little room for photos. The final product would be unappealing and monotonous.

— Finally, if you're making an explainer film for a product or service, it's usually best to convert text to speech and utilize a voiceover

If you're going to utilise a voiceover, keep in mind that it should be the first thing you add to your video when you start working on it.

After you've uploaded your voiceover, you'll have a good sense of how long the video will be. You'll also know when each concept will appear and how much time each scene will take to tell the story.

If you animated without any obvious reference points initially, then convert text-to-speech and add the voiceover later, you'll probably have to spend more effort fixing the elements' timings to match the audio.

Tip of the Day:

While text-to-speech technology has advanced significantly and now understands punctuation, you will notice that the content is read exactly as it was typed.

This can sometimes result in somewhat faster speech that lacks the pauses and pronunciations we expect.

Whether you use a programme to convert text to speech or a voice actor to generate a voiceover, you must always include signals for pronunciation, pauses, and silences. You must use the text to speech tool in the same way.

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Topic revision: r26 - 2021-07-12 - SpeechMax01
 
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