Samples From A Voice Over Robot: French, German and Dutch
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Following on from last week’s blog post, where we looked at different English dialects, we are going to do much the same today in
Dutch, French and German.
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First, as per our usual create a new item using the English language template. We called our
new item simpleAand it looks like below. All
the action is going to happen in our Audio componentshown below.
Use the audio component to add our seed,
The quick brown fox jumps over the lazy dogas shown below.
In the English dialect example, we transcribed directly.
We do something different here, we translate first, and then use the AI dubbing.
Action -> Translate to translate to Dutch, French and German. French is shown the process is the same for each of the languages.
On completing this, your screen should look something like below.
Each item will have the same content, except in the correct language.
Now use the the
Action -> Transcribe: Text-To-Speech to create the synthetic dubbing's for all the items. The German and Dutch transcription menu’s are shown below.
In the samples today, we used female voices.
The below is the image for the French transcription menu.
Be careful! There are two dialects here, French (Canada) and French (France). In the below, we have chosen Canadian French.
Note: Because the seed is tiny, the French dialects sound pretty similar.
Woohoo - all done. Do you want to hear what all the other AI voices sound like? Give our application a free trial today!
Dutch Female 1
French Female 1 (Canadian)
French Female 1 (France)
German Female 1
In this visual guide, we used our video translator to translate and then dub a sample text fragment.
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