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*A small delay is put in between sentences, as it reinitializes the voice engine after every sentence.
 
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*If you open Balabolka with Speakonia opened, Speakonia's clipboard reading function will automatically be disabled. However, it can still read the clipboard contents.
 
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*Balabolka allows for the insertion of Control Tags (SAPI 4) and XML Tags (SAPI 5) into text, for more flexible control over the TTS voices. (Examples include having Sam or the L&H TruVoice voices whisper, or having them sing)
 
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Latest revision as of 16:49, 24 June 2020

Balabolka is a TTS (Text-to-Speech) program by Ilya Morozov that supports SAPI 4 and 5 voices. It has become one of the most popular TTS programs, with many former Speakonia users having already migrated to it.

Overview


Exporting


Quirks

  • As of now, there is no way to open the built-in lexicon window on the SAPI 4 voices. This can be worked around using the word replacement function.
  • A small delay is put in between sentences, as it reinitializes the voice engine after every sentence.


Trivia

  • If you open Balabolka with Speakonia opened, Speakonia's clipboard reading function will automatically be disabled. However, it can still read the clipboard contents.
  • Balabolka allows for the insertion of Control Tags (SAPI 4) and XML Tags (SAPI 5) into text, for more flexible control over the TTS voices. (Examples include having Sam or the L&H TruVoice voices whisper, or having them sing)