Should you use real people or text-to-speech voices for videos?
Many HR professionals seem to hold the belief that being able to relate to the voice of your voice overs makes for a better learning experience.
I have yet to find conclusive evidence from the courses that I have implemented, which supports this view. And, with the enhanced (and ever enhancing) quality of text-to-speech (TTS) voices, I see this question becoming extinct.
In this short video, I challenge you to consider whether using ‘real voices’ is actually necessary for the success of your digital course.
Must hear tips include:
The two questions to ask when deciding whether to invest in the use of ‘real voices’
When using real voices is worth the investment, with some examples
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