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If I teach you how to use Ai tools for free to get personalized content to be unique for you and turned it into a speech with Ai, would you want to learn it?
 

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I sampled some of the videos on your channel. I am not a big fan of robotic/AI voices generally. I am old school. I think if you are going to be a YT creator, you need to do a lot of the work and use your voice unless you want to hire talent and use their voice.

The AI/robotic voice thing is probably best suited for creators who want to access English-speaking audiences but don't have the language ability because they don't have the education or the background to speak English.

This topic may also be of special interest to creators who are voice-challenged (the most famous person that comes to mind is actor Val Kilmer).

But if you have knowledge to share, by all means, post it but don't give us a sales pitch because you are not allowed to use the TB Forums to do sales pitches.
 

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I agree with what Matt said above, but I do think that if it's done well, you will have viewers. What comes to mind are all the TikToks I've seen that use AI text-to-speech that works for them.
 

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I agree with what Matt said above, but I do think that if it's done well, you will have viewers. What comes to mind are all the TikToks I've seen that use AI text-to-speech that works for them.
Hi Kathleen,

I think you articulated that well. Filmora 11 has incorporated a new feature to do just as you said AI text to speech.

There is a place for it in the global arena. Quite frankly, a lot of us are "lucky" by virtue of being born in the U.S. where English is our native language. We have a lot of "unfair advantages". I see AI text to speech as a way to allow more people to be creators.

In fact, I myself may have to use it if I wanted to reach a non-English audience. I already do some subtitle translations in some of my videos to reach Spanish-speaking audience.
 

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Hi Kathleen,

I think you articulated that well. Filmora 11 has incorporated a new feature to do just as you said AI text to speech.

There is a place for it in the global arena. Quite frankly, a lot of us are "lucky" by virtue of being born in the U.S. where English is our native language. We have a lot of "unfair advantages". I see AI text to speech as a way to allow more people to be creators.

In fact, I myself may have to use it if I wanted to reach a non-English audience. I already do some subtitle translations in some of my videos to reach Spanish-speaking audience.
What do you use to translate the subtitles to Spanish?
 

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What do you use to translate the subtitles to Spanish?
In YT Studio Creator, go to the specific video like you would to edit the title or description in Video Details. You then go to the Subtitles menu to add whatever languages you want to have subtitled. I will warn you it is a bit overwhelming how many languages there are.

Beware, the options in the Subtitles menu within each video is different form the general Subtitles options under the Main Menu. It is easy to get mixed up because the menu item "Subtitles" shows in two different places.
 

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In YT Studio Creator, go to the specific video like you would to edit the title or description in Video Details. You then go to the Subtitles menu to add whatever languages you want to have subtitled. I will warn you it is a bit overwhelming how many languages there are.

Beware, the options in the Subtitles menu within each video is different form the general Subtitles options under the Main Menu. It is easy to get mixed up because the menu item "Subtitles" shows in two different places.
yeah but that doesn't automatically translate. Right?
 
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Exactly
I want to show step by step to do unique better way to create content with Ai for free