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How to record a voice over in iSpring TalkMaster

  1. Open a TalkMaster simulation or create a new one.

    Open a TalkMaster simulation.

  2. Click Voice Over on the upper left corner on the ribbon.

    Click Voice Over on the upper left corner on the ribbon.

  3. The script panel will expand on the left-hand side.

    The script panel will expand on the left-hand side.

  4. Select the respective message from the list and click Record.

    Select the respective message from the list and click Record.

    Note: you can see the icons in the left column. They determine the type of voice: narrator, character, and reply choices.

  5. The Recording window will pop up. You can click on the Narration script icon to show the script below.

    The Recording window will pop up. You can click on the Sheet icon to show the script below.

  6. After you record the audio, click Edit.

    Click Edit in the Sound Recorder window.

  7. Remove noise, trim the audio and adjust volume if needed. Learn more about editing audio in the User Manual.

That’s it for recording the voice for the selected message. Repeat this action for all messages you want to have audio narrations for.

How to import an audio for a scene or the entire simulation in iSpring TalkMaster

You can import files individually by clicking the Import icon on the respective messages. 

If you want to send the script for professional audio recording, or record all audios in a third-party application, you may want to use the Export Script to a printable document and Bulk Importoptions. Follow these steps:

  1. Click the Export Script button on the Voice Over toolbar.

    Export Script button on the Voice Over toolbar in TalkMaster.

  2. Save it to a .doc file on your computer and then send to a voiceover actor. You can find one on voices.com.

  3. If you open the script file, you will see the script text and the file names, needed for bulk import. Make sure that you match the particular recording with the respective filename (inform your voice actor about that).

    A word Script sample document for sending to a voice actor.

  4. The recorded audio folder for this project will look like this:

    .wav audio files named accordingly to the script.

  5. Click Import > Bulk Import. Select all files in the folder with the voiceover (Ctrl+ A) and click Open. You can import .wav, .mp3, and .wma audio files.

    Bluk Import of recorded audios.

  6. After import is finished, you will see play buttons opposite the messages to which audios were successfully imported. You can preview them from here.

    Play buttons for the added audios on the Script panel.

  7. If some messages were not imported automatically, double-check that their file names are correct and do bulk import again. You can also import a single file audio file with any filename using the Import button. 

 

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