Windows.​Media.​Speech​Synthesis Windows.​Media.​Speech​Synthesis Windows.​Media.​Speech​Synthesis Namespace

Provides support for initializing and configuring a speech synthesis engine (voice) to convert a text string to an audio stream, also known as text-to-speech (TTS). Voice characteristics, pronunciation, volume, pitch, rate or speed, emphasis, and so on are customized through .

Classes

SpeechSynthesisStream SpeechSynthesisStream SpeechSynthesisStream

Supports reading and writing audio data generated by the speech synthesis engine (voice) to/from a random access stream.

SpeechSynthesizer SpeechSynthesizer SpeechSynthesizer

Provides access to the functionality of an installed speech synthesis engine (voice).

Windows includes Microsoft-signed voices that can be used for a variety of languages. Each voice generates synthesized speech in a single language, as spoken in a specific country/region.

Only Microsoft-signed voices installed on the system can be used to generate speech. If no language is specified, the voice that most closely matches the language selected by the user in the Language control panel is loaded.

SpeechSynthesizerOptions SpeechSynthesizerOptions SpeechSynthesizerOptions

Provides access to various speech synthesizer options.

VoiceInformation VoiceInformation VoiceInformation

Provides info about an installed speech synthesis engine (voice).

Enums

VoiceGender VoiceGender VoiceGender

Specifies the gender settings for an installed speech synthesis engine (voice).