New Text to Speech Khmer voices
You can now create videos easily in Khmer language, for audiences in Cambodia, and parts of Thailand and Vietnam. Khmer is the second most widely spoken Austroasiatic language, with more than 16 million speakers, and the national language of Cambodia.
Khmer text-to-speech voices
We added two neural text-to-speech Khmer (km-KH) voices:
- Sovath (male)
- Nisa (female)
Play the video below to hear how they sound:
Sovath and Nisa are immediately available to all our users. You can use them to create audio files from Word documents, or turn Powerpoint presentations and slideshows into narrated videos. Just select
Khmer from the language drop-down when you upload your document, and then choose one of the available voices.
Video uses photos by Paul Szewczyk on Unsplash
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