Wondershare DVD to PSP Tutorial

It’s time to go mobile wild. DVD video to PSP Conversion is becoming increasingly popular in today’s multimedia world. This is a beginner tutorial that guides you through converting your DVD movies on new PSP with DVD to PSP Ripper. You will be pleasantly surprised at how easy it is to backup and playback movies on your PSP™, make your movies go where you go! Continue reading Wondershare DVD to PSP Tutorial

About Wondershare Software

Established in 2002, Wondershare Software is a multimedia software company creating and marketing multimedia Windows applications for both business and home users.

From the start, the company was aware of the need for easy to use multimedia programs with reasonable price. Our extensive software line enables users of all levels to easily and effectively edit, organize and manage their multimedia files or convert them to other format and medium. Continue reading About Wondershare Software

TextAloud Brings Faith to Life for Listeners

The greatest power of Text to Speech lies in its ability to bring written words into sound — to entertain, educate, or, as is the case with many users, even to reconnect the listener with his or her faith. When a printed word becomes a spoken one, reading is no longer confined to a chair, but opened up to the world. Through Text to Speech and programs like TextAloud from NextUp Technologies (http://www.Nextup.com), the Bible, Scriptures or other religious works can now be enjoyed anywhere, bringing comfort and inspiration wherever the listener goes. This function is similar with Spoofing. If you want to give it a try, you can get the latest Spoofcard coupon codes. Continue reading TextAloud Brings Faith to Life for Listeners

Actor Finds TextAloud Takes the Drama Out of Learning Lines

John Greene is an accomplished actor, as well as the Artistic Director for a youth repertory theatre company in Martinez, Georgia. One day, while seeking new and more effective ways to memorize his lines for his role in the local production of Oliver!, he came across TextAloud, the easy to use Text to Speech (TTS) program from NextUp Technologies. The program proved to be exactly what John needed, and aided in his realization that listening actually leads to faster memorization. Continue reading Actor Finds TextAloud Takes the Drama Out of Learning Lines

Text to Speech with accents

Because development of text to speech voices has traditionally been driven by call centers, companies have generally gone for the most standard, non-accented speakers they can find. I suppose it makes sense, if you are doing a nationwide call-in center, you don’t want your automated voices sounding like they are from Boston or Georgia, you want just a plain vanilla American. And that is what you get with most US English voices. We’ve been able to get some variety with great British voices like Audrey and Australian Karen. AT&T and Nuance have added Indian accented voices, and the first South African voice is on the way, but there still aren’t a lot of choices. Continue reading Text to Speech with accents

Acapela’s Arabic Push

10 years ago nobody talked about Arabic, but a lot of things have changed to make Arabic an important language:

  • Islamic Terrorism has raised the profile of Arabic speaking countries, and increased the importance that the rest of the world learn to understand and work with these countries.
  • The Iraq war has often highlighted the need for Arabic speakers in the West.
  • The world is Flat trend
  • Oil makes the world go round
  • While Chinese may be the most important emerging language for companies in the West, Arabic is close behind.
  • Acapela Group was very forward thinking in developing their Salma and Youssef voices (available athttp://nextup.com/acapela.html )

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