1. Create Your Visual Content
Start by recording your process that you want documented. Whether it's a product demonstration, educational tutorial, or creative storytelling, ensure you record all of the content first. You don't need to talk throughout as you can do this with TTS afterwards.
- Learn how to Record and Upload a video
- Learn how to screen record
- Learn how to structure your workflow
- If you forget to record something, you can always add it later by adding a step
2. Generate Script
Write a script that corresponds to the content of your video. This script doesn't necessarily have to be written ahead of time but it will make it
- Utilize our script planner
3. Utilize DeepHow's TTS tool
Ensure synchronization between the visuals and the spoken words for a seamless viewing experience.
- Learn how to use Text-to-Speech
4. Test and Refine
Preview your video with the TTS audio and make any necessary adjustments. Pay attention to pacing, spelling pronunciation, and overall coherence. Testing ensures that your final product is polished and ready to save to move on to segmentation.
- Learn how to preview your workflow prior to publishing
Step by Step for using TTS with No Audio
- Within DeepHow, navigate to the Editor and select a workflow that has the new banner.
- You will see no transcription and you will see this option to select either creating a voice over or text to speech. Select Text to speech.
- We would advise that you first do any cuts to the video before you add text to speech. Once ready with your video, navigate to Text to speech.
- You will see no text blocks on the left hand side as there is no transcription yet. Our first step is to select our voice that we would like to generate our text. You can preview the voice with the audio icon here.
- You will also see that there is no audio track listed underneath the video on the timeline so as you add text blocks they will start appearing in blue.
- Now we'll start adding text blocks. You can type the text here or copy and paste the text that you want to add to the script.
- We wouldn't recommend that you add a big block of text to the text to speech.
- This is because it'll be harder to navigate and align the text to your video so we would recommend creating a block for each sentence.
- Once ready, select generate all TTS to see where the text aligns on the video.
- You can minimize the timeline on the bottom and drag the text to increase the length of the block.
- Sometimes your audio track may go past your video track. We would suggest that your audio track ends at the same time as the video. If you select save when there is more audio track than video, you will get an error.
- When you are finished adjusting, select save.
- Now you will see the voice has been generated. You can make more edits or select X to continue to segmentation.