Frequently Asked Questions
If you're new to Murf or looking for answers to your queries
How to sync voice over to video?
If you have multiple clips, you can adjust the size of the voice block to match every clip so that each voice over plays at the right time. This can be done from the bottom timeline as shown below. Alternatively, you can add pauses in between your script from the top menu to adjust the timing of your voice with video. The same process applies to background music as well. You can create empty text blocks to use as fillers to help…
How to adjust music and voice over volume/loudness?
In the ‘Settings’ tab on the top menu, you will find an option called ‘Loudness’. This allows you to set the loudness of the music and voice over as per your need. With the auto-ducking option enabled, the Loudness of background music gets automatically lowered when the system detects a voice-over being played simultaneously. There are three levels available for Auto Ducking: The blue indicator(Music) corresponds to the Loudness of the music when the voice-over is being played. The orange corresponds to…
How to add emphasis to a specific word?
Using the ‘Emphasis’ feature from the top menu, you can add up to 5 node points to add emphasis to a sentence. If you’d like to add emphasis on a specific word, increase the curve to 100% and reduce the curve of the surrounding words of the sentence. For further information refere to Working with the Studio: Emphasis
How to download a single block and sentence?
What is Voice Generation Time (VGT)? How is the VGT calculated?
Voice generation time (VGT) is calculated as the sum of generated speech length of every text block. It is consumed every time you render a newly created text block or modify text in an existing text block. Modifying the generated speech using a different Voice actor, Style, Pitch, Speed, Pause, Emphasis, Pronunciation, Punctuation and Volume for the same text will not consume any voice generation time. The generated audio file's duration in seconds is deducted from your available balance which can be…
What are the Affiliate program's terms and conditions?
Can I upload a text/word file?
Can I upload a PDF file?
How to add or delete additional text boxes within a block?
Add You can add a new block by using the '+' button present below the last block Delete The delete button present within the Block is used to delete the Block You can also right-click the block from the bottom timeline to delete the block You will be prompted with a confirmation screen upon deleting a sub-block Deleting blocks can't be undone
Where do my downloads get saved?
Can I add subtitles to my video?
How to reduce the pause in between sentences?
How to rename downloaded files?
All files downloaded are saved as the name of the project. When downloading a sentence and block, the name of the file would be saved as Sub-block: ‘first few words of the subblock’ & Block: first few words of the subblock’ To rename files, you would need to do so once they have been downloaded onto your system.
How to upload a voice over?
How to adjust the video size?
How to record voice over in the Studio?
What is the ‘AI Changer’ and what does it do?
The ‘AI Changer’ feature allows you to upload any personal voice recording, to convert your voice over into an AI-generated voice over. It can also be used to edit (trim and mute) parts of your recording, while retaining the original voice. Once you upload your recording, it will be transcribed to text and appear in text blocks. You now have the option to either edit the recording by selecting any phrases or words and right-clicking it, or you can convert the entire…
What are phonemes and how to use them?
In phonology and linguistics, a phoneme is a unit of sound that can distinguish one word from another in a particular language. IPA Phonemes can be used in Murf Studio to help arrive at accurate pronunciations of words. From the top menu, select the ‘Pronunciation’ button > Switch on advance options and use the toggle ‘Phoneme’ to switch it on. You can find IPA phonemes for required words from multiple websites. Here are a few you can use for reference: https://tophonetics.com/ https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Wiktionary:Main_Page