How to do text to speech on TikTok

If you’ve been watching many TikToks, you’ve undoubtedly seen videos where a cheerful Ai voice reads its title or text to you. It’s a helpful accessibility feature for people with visual impairments so that they can watch TikToks without reading any text on the screen. Here’s how to use text-to-speech on TikTok and choose which speech bot you want to narrate your videos.

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To use text to speech on TikTok, tap Text while editing your video, type in your caption, and tap the Speech icon. After that, select one of the voice options and tap Done.

How to do text-to-speech on TikTok

To implement text-to-speech on your next TikTok, record or upload a video as you usually would until you arrive at the editing stage. Select the “Aa” icon to add text to your video. Type in the message you wish the Ai to read aloud, then select text-to-speech with the third icon from the left that looks like a talking head.

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You’ll then be offered a selection of TikTok’s preset voices. Tap on each of them to hear how your text sounds read aloud. The most popular option on the app is Jessie, who has an American accent. Eddie and Chris speak in Australian accents.

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If you speak Wookie, you could have fun choosing Chewbacca from Star Wars, who will translate whatever you write into that iconic mumbled growl. Tap Done in the top right corner when you’ve selected your favorite voice. If you like how it sounds, you can save the audio clip for later use in future videos.


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FAQs

Tap the text on your video and select Change voice to choose a different speech bot.

There is a female text-to-speech voice, though the company has not disclosed her identity.[/faq”

In May 2021, TikTok changed the default text-to-speech voice in North America. The original voice actor Beverly Standing sued ByteDance, TikTok’s parent company, for using her voice without permission.

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