Hello. I am a user of a screen reader living in Turkey. We want the Emel voice, which is used as a text-to-speech voice in Microsoft service
Hello. I am a user of a screen reader living in Turkey. We want the Emel voice, which is used as a text-to-speech voice in Microsoft services such as Microsoft Edge Chromium, Office 365, based on Azure, to be used in Windows screen readers. We find Emel voice more successful than Tolga Mobile voice. There is an excessive pause problem only in punctuation and at the end of the sentence. I think that is because it is server based. I think it will perform better if the Emel synthesizer is running on the device and integrated into Windows 10. Thank you from now. Best regards...
Димитър Димитров commented
Hello, I and all Bulgarian blind people who use a screen reader would like to receive the Bulgarian voice from azure Microsoft Kalina. In Bulgaria there
is a serious problem with tts in Bulgarian for screen reader. The voice that Microsoft now offers in Windows10 (Microsoft Ivan) sounds shocking and many
people have trouble understanding Ivan's speech.
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Christopher Wright commented
I completely agree with this. The voices in Microsoft Edge sound great, and I would love to use them with SAPI 5 and/or Windows OneCore with screen readers or other speech applications. Please add these to Windows 10, or allow the user to download them.