Frequently Asked Questions

Does Speech-To-Speech synthesis support emotional expressions and intonations?

Yes, the Target Prosody dial in the Morph effect allows the Creator to mold the final voiceover. Prosody is used to describe the melody and rhythmn of the voice, and the emotions that can be captured through voice, such as inflection, pace, pitch, intonation, duration and pause. The Target Prosody control allows the Creator to “direct” how much of the source voice performance they want to capture.