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Multiple Languages in AI Voice Cloning
Multiple Languages in AI Voice Cloning

Make AI speak the way you want!

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Written by Dan Delauretis
Updated over a week ago

Learn how to produce different pronunciations throughout many languages in our AI Voice Cloning feature.

Let us set some ground rules before we get started:

-The word WATERMELON serves as a keyword for the system to recognize and switch over to the names you added.
-It only works ONCE during the initial seconds of your video and not many times over the whole length of the video.

-It has to be accompanied by a greeting: "Hey" or "Hello".


How do I make AI Voice Cloning work in another language?

There are 2 different scenarios you should consider depending on the outcome you want. Let us say that your native language is German and that you will speak in German throughout the whole video.

Scenario #1 = You say: "Hey Watermelon". And you continue your sales pitch in German.

Outcome = Because you said "Hey" or "Hello", the name used will be pronounced in German but it will have a slight American accent.

This is especially interesting and probably more appealing when you are using names of multiple nationalities or different accents.


Scenario #2 = You say: "Hallo Watermelon". And you continue your sales pitch in German.

Outcome = Because you said "Hallo" (Which means "Hello" in German), the name used will be pronounced in German with no variation.

This is what you want to use if you are aiming at one specific type of audience, with names that are only regional or common to a specific country


AI Voice Cloning is a great feature and the team is continuously working to expand its capabilities. If your language has not responded as you intended, don't worry. Simply get in touch with support and provide your results so that we keep on making Ai Voice better and better.

Happy recordings!

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