Re: A Question About Selecting/Using A Different Voice for Narrator via the Freedom Scientific TTS Download Site in Windows 10, Anniversary Edition
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Someone might tell me I'm completely wrong , but I think the issue is that
narrator uses 64bit voices , but the freedom scientific ones are 32bit. Now
this might sound like a stupid question given the subject of this thread,
but do you actually want the freedom scientific voices for narrator, or is
it just for other things like audio games or different screen readers that
you want to use the jaws voices for? I don't know a solution for narrator ,
but I do knnow how to set the jaws voices as the default windows voices so
they are used for things that output sappie like audio games etc., but like
I said this unfortunately won't help with narrator.
From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Mark
Sent: 05 September 2016 07:23
Subject: A Question About Selecting/Using A Different Voice for Narator via
the Freedom Scientific TTS Download Site in Windows 10, Anniversary Edition
I could have sworn that I read somewhere, either on this list or on the web,
that it is possible to use any of the Jaws TTS engines with Narator.
In fact, now that I think about it, the people at the Microsoft acessability
line told me this, a while ago.
However, I just downloaded and installed a Vocalizer Expressive TTS engine
from Freedom Scientific and when I open the Voices drop-down list in
Narator, it is not listed as one of my options.
Did I download the wrong TTS engine?
All comments greatly appreciated.
Thank you in advance.