PowerPoint is an innovative and easy-to-use program that can help you create impressive presentations. But despite its inherent strengths, a successful presentation is also greatly driven by the skills of the presenter. So imagine what it would be like if you could convert your presentations to video with a nice voice taking the viewer through the slides as they play out. And what if you had the option to choose from various voiceover artists of different accents, age group and gender?
This is the challenge that kPoint Voiceover addresses – converting your old presentations to video and giving them a new voice, a new life. kPoint Voiceover is kPoint’s text-to-speech feature that converts written script to speech effortlessly, thereby making your script come alive. kPoint Voiceover can also be used to add voice to silent video captures such as screen captures of software demos.
The one worry that organizations face while creating video content for global markets is the availability and cost of suitable voiceover talent. But with kPoint Voiceover, the voice talent is available readily. You only need to give us a presentation along with a voiceover script and we’ll convert it to video with a voiceover accent of your choice.
In case you need to make changes within your slides or script, go ahead and do it as many times as you want – kPoint will reconvert your script to speech just as easily. You can edit as much as you want or customize your scripts as per your changing requirements. Just send them to kPoint and we’ll take care of the rest.
kPoint Voiceover provides you the most human quality of voice possible. We can do voiceovers in multiple European and Asian languages apart from English. So you can publish your content for global markets quicker, while enjoying the flexibility of last minute changes. The days of looking around for multilingual voice talent are over.
Chief Product Architect, kPoint Technologies, has architect-ed the media backbone for rapid video creation and delivery at kPoint. Avijit has a B. Tech. degree in Electronics and Communication Engineering from NIT Warangal and M. S. in Computer Science from UC, Santa Barbara.