Wizzard's Wavefile Factory Voice Enables Internal e-learning Projects

Wizzard Software has announced the availability of a discounted licensing package for corporate e-learning projects.

The Wizzard Wavefile Factory (WWF) is a Windows-based desktop product that uses AT&T Natural Voices technology to create human-sounding computer-generated audio files in 20 unique voices and eight languages. With proper licensing, the audio files may be copied/placed within any application on any platform. The combination of the WWF and an internal company usage license for audio files is a cost-effective solution for internal corporate e-learning and informational deployment, according to the company.

"Last year we announced the Wizzard Wavefile Factory to simplify the creation of text-to-speech audio files for a long list of projects that benefit from voice enablement, such as talking ATMs, Web sites, [and] transportation and alert systems," said Bruce Phifer, general manager of Wizzard's technology and services division, in a statement. "Today we are announcing a licensing package aimed at one of the fastest growing areas on that list, internal corporate e-learning."

The Wizzard Wavefile Factory extends the reach of AT&T Natural Voices SDKs, which are intended for the deployment/distribution of text-to-speech engines by clients with the skill set to build and deploy software applications. The Wizzard Wavefile Factory is designed for nontechnical clients that have a need to generate and deploy only the voice audio files which may be licensed through Wizzard for use in a wide range of projects.

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