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Text to speech arabic voice SalmaYoussef configuration in windows

Dear Sir,
I am using TextAloud 2.3 text to speech program with English voice Ryan perfectly in Windows XP. Recently, I have installed Acapella Multimedia arabic Salma & Youssef voices. The Salma, Youssef voices neither work in TextAloud nor listed/working evin in windows>control panel>speech dialog box. The voices only work in "voice demonstrator" program of Acapela Multimedia. But mp3 files can not be generated in "voice demonstrator" .
I humby request for help to use the arabic voices in windows and textaloud.

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  • azim_cs Mar 23, 2009

    Dear Nassimjd, Thank you for your post.
    Latest Version: I have
    installed the latest version of TextAloud which is 2.3. Salma Youssef
    voices has unique version. There is a system to register a voice in
    Windows xp to get the voice available in any interface. I am looking
    for that. Best regards,


  • Anonymous Mar 24, 2009

    i have the same problem



    tried many solution but no way



  • Hashonnah Funis Mar 10, 2013

    azim, I humbly ask you WHAT system it is that you mentioned, to register a voice in Windows xp to get the voice available in any interface. Please look for that then let me know. Thank you, and Best regards!

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Did you install the latest version of the software try looking for a windows XP version of the Acapella Multimedia. Another thing is that maybe the the salma and youssef sounds only work with the software, to help protect their software.

Posted on Mar 22, 2009

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    Nassim Dhaher Mar 23, 2009

    if I understand you, you could try to record in another open program, try Sony Sound Forge, while Salma or Sami or any voice is being run, this way you can record and save in any format you want.

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