Are there any softwares that can convert the audio of non-native english speaker to an english speaker voice.
Not that I know of.
The closest thing is “text-to-speech”.
It has improved a lot over the years, but still has a long way to go. By adjusting various things like speed, pitch, modulation, etc. it can produce “acceptable” audio. By “acceptable” I mean there are still things it doesn’t get right. How uppercase acronyms are interpreted, which syllables get emphasis etc.
And it still sounds digital.
I tried couple of them by searching the search string given by you.
Hi there Novicedeveloper,
if you are interested in a “text-to-speech”
example, then check out the attachment.
text-to-speech.zip (9.4 KB)
wow did you build it? It would have been wonderful if we can also download the audio.
…with this script…
I just coded the page so as to display it in a mildly pleasant manner.
If you wanted to use it non-commercially then you would need to add
this acknowledgement to the page …
<div> <a href="https://responsivevoice.org">ResponsiveVoice-NonCommercial</a><br> licensed under <a href="https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/4.0/"> <img src="https://responsivevoice.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/08/95x15.png" alt="ResponsiveVoice Text To Speech" width="95" height="15"> </a> </div>
…to stop the S.W.A.T. squad arriving on your doorstep in the middle
of the night.
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