Alexander Wilson Studios has released AudioBookMaker 2.0, a new version of its utility to turn text files into audio. Designed for Mac OS X 10.2, “Jaguar,” the new version sports new features.
|<?php virtual(“/includes/boxad.inc”); ?>|
AudioBookMaker’s audio files can be dragged into iTunes, used for multimedia, and more, according to the developer. The software enables you to choose from any of the built-in 22 voices that Jaguar users for text-to-speech. It also supports drag and drop or cut and paste. You can type directly into the program, too.
Version 2 adds words-per-minute control, and offers user control of preview length and how numbers are read.
Registration costs US$2.50 through Amazon.com’s Honor System Payments feature. Upgrades for registered 1.x users cost $1.50.