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simondavide tritto

I would consider adding the functionality to import other voices instead. There are so many companies working on audio processing, it's not worth locking them out of your system and waste your resources on creating voices customers can buy from a 3rd party vendor.
I mean it as sincere recommendation.
Rgds,

Simone

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simondavide tritto

Dear Anthony,

I don't mean to be mistrustful, but your question does not sound much like a real question, but I feel like you're challenging my statement.
If my feeling is wrong, I will be happy to share with you some details of my implementation plan; but if I'm right, I hope you'll understand if I don't reply to your inquiry.

Simone

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Anthony Goss

Hi, Simone! I sincerely was interested in finding out the voices that you had found that were more human like. While I do find the voices included with Storyline better than some I’ve found, I have searched for others without much success. The Google Wavenet Voices are pretty good, but there is not an easy way to integrate the API with Storyline. My question was motivated by wanting to find out a potential source for better voices.

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Hi Anthony,

I see, so please accept my apologies for getting your question wrong.
On my side, the feedback I have about the A360 embedded voices is not very enthusiastic; I admit there are a couple of good voices (I'm still using the free trial, maybe the full version has more), but still the audience's feedback says they sound artificial.
So I'm working on 2 possible solutions: 1) find some more natural computer voices and 2) creating a computer voice out of one of our trainers' real voice (some companies claim they can do it);
but either solution is pointless if I cannot import the new voices in A360; that's the reason for my question to this forum.
Cheers,

Simone