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Adding a voiceover with text-to-speech

Common Questions:

How do I add a voiceover?
How do I add an AI voiceover?

Leave your voice-over to the robots with Biteable's text-to-speech tool. Exclusive to Premium users, text-to-speech unlocks an easier way to add voice-overs to your videos.

How to use text-to-speech

In Design mode:

Open a video project or create a new one
Click the microphone icon in the timeline to open the voice-overs window
Click “Text to speech”
Follow the steps shown. First enter the script or text you want to use. Then select the voice that works best for your video — you can click the Preview button to hear a sample of each voice. Next, click “Generate voiceover”.
Click “Add Voiceover to timeline”

Please note: Text to speech narrations have a limit of 1,000 characters per clip which is about 200 words.

This is an example tutorial video setting up text to speech: Using Text to Speech In Biteable Video Tutorial
This is a published video that uses multiple voices created using text to speech: Published Text to Speech Video Example

Who can use text-to-speech?

The text-to-speech feature requires a paid subscription on the Biteable Premium plan. During your free trial period, you will have access to text-to-speech along with all of the other Premium features.

What happens if I use text-to-speech in a trial and then purchase a Biteable Pro plan?

Text-to-speech tracks in any project(s) you created during your trial will remain in that project. However, you will not be able to edit or regenerate the text-to-speech track unless you upgrade to a Premium plan. New projects created under a Pro plan can not have text-to-speech tracks added.

What voices are available to use? What do the voices sound like?

There are several voices available to use, each with a different gender or accent. You can preview the available voices here or in the Biteable app.

Click here to sample text-to-speech voices

Biteable's text-to-speech feature is only available on a Premium plan.

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Updated on: 16/02/2024

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