Cloud Credit ( CereVoice Cloud )
The CereVoice Cloud web service allows developers to incorporate CereProc's advanced text to speech technology into virtually any internet-enabled application. With only a few lines of code, in any programming language, CereProc can generate speech output on our cloud servers.
The CereVoice Cloud 100k Credit provides the user with 100,000 characters of text input to the CereVoice Cloud. This is sufficient to synthesise around 1,400 typical SMS messages or 150 web articles. The audio output length will be approximately 1 hour 50 minutes.
These versions of the voices are licensed for use in commercial organisations and/or for audio redistribution. The voices are licensed for use by the individual or organisation making the purchase. This is a single device and commercial organisations are required to purchase separate licenses for each device. A broadcast licence for the voice is included and is required for purposes such as the distribution of generated speech in an application, or for including audio in presentations or sales material that third parties will access. Users are permitted to generate and distribute an unlimited quantity of audio to an unlimited number of end users.
A personal use license does not permit for the voice to be used in commercial organisations and/or audio redistribution. Only the user who has purchased the voice is permitted to generate audio files. The user not permitted to distribute audio to end users. This license is ideally suited to a home user using CereProc voices on their own PC or MAC.
CereProc's SAPI voices are compatible with Microsoft SAPI 5 and are supported on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1 and Windows 10. They appear in the Windows Text-to-Speech Control Panel. We recommend using our SAPI voices on systems with at least a 1GHz processor and 256MB RAM.
CereProc's Mac voices are supported on Lion, Mountain Lion, Mavericks, Yosemite, El Capitan, Sierra, High Sierra, Mojave and Catalina. They add to the system voices list, found under 'Accessibility > Speech' in 'System Preferences'.
All voices are 48khz for excellent clarity and naturalness. Download size and disk space usage are around 100MB-150MB.