OS X has one extremely useful feature that many people don’t use because they think it’s not optimized for Russian users. It’s about the possibility of converting text into an audio file and then listening to it on iTunes or on a mobile device. In this instruction, we’ll talk about how to get the text into speech to start supporting the Russian language.
Step 1. Find the text you want to convert into a speech and save it as a voice track. We took for example a text from our recent instruction on howHow to turn it offPC или Mac с iPhone или iPad
Step 2. Highlight the text you want to convert
Step 3. Click on it with the right button and select the context menu item Add to iTunes as a voice walkway »
Step 4. In the window opened, in the line Computer voice Select item Milena (Be careful, there is a Melina item nearby, we don’t need it). Milena’s voice supports Cyrillic text, which means that the audio track you receive will be available for adequate listening
Step 5. Titled your audio file for a quick search on iTunes, select a place to save and click Continue »
Step 6. Start iTunes, go to my music tab and listen to the audio you’ve created
That’s the simple way you can convert any texts into speech, and the computer voice, and you’ll certainly mark it as soon as you listen to the first converted file, is very calm and enjoyable to listen to. Similarly, you can convert articles and even entire books that you can listen to on your way to work or while jogging. Of course, with real audiobooks voiced by professionals computer voice can not compare, but if you do not need the book in the audio format, then such a solution can help.
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