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NaturalReader Commercial - Studio Editor - Edit Text
Fine-tune your script with the Studio Editor.
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Written by Kim Smith
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Before downloading your text to audio files, use the Studio Editor to fine-tune your script and settings.

  1. After logging in, select a File from your list to open it in the Studio Editor. Or to create a new File, select Add Files

  2. Select Create New File

  3. Type or paste your text

  4. Input a File Name

  5. Type or paste the text you wish to be converted to audio

  6. Select a category for your File from the drop-down menu

  7. Select Next: Choose Voice

  8. Scroll or use the drop-down menu and filters to select a voice from the list

  9. Click to select a voice

  10. Drag on the bar or click to adjust the speed

  11. Select Choose the voice to enter the Studio Editor where you can make further edits to the text, voice, and speed settings as well as download the audio files.

Click the play button at the top to listen to the full audio. Click the play button from any text box to only listen to that segment.

While a File is opened in the Studio Editor, simply click and type anywhere to add to or edit your text.

Click the play button at the top to listen to the full audio. Click the play button from any text box to only listen to that segment.

  1. Click anywhere on the text and type to add to or edit your script.

  2. Or click on + to add a text segment below. Click the newly added text box and type or paste

  3. Or click on next to the segment and select Insert Text Above or Insert Text Below.

  1. Click on the Drag icon to drag and drop text segments and rearrange the order

  2. Or click on next to the segment you'd like to move and select Move Up or Move Down to change the order

  1. Delete a text segment by selecting next to the segment you wish to delete and select Delete

  2. Or, click on the text to begin editing and backspace until all the text is erased

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