Explore Chinese text to speech voices to make realistic voiceovers for your e-learning videos, product demos & presentations.
Have a script? That’s all you need to add a voice over to your video content. No recording necessary, no background noise. Choose from 120+ curated natural sounding text to speech voices. Our voices support customization options like pitch, speed variation, and emphasis addition.
Chinese (and all of its varieties, including Wu and Mandarin) is by far the most spoken language across the world with about 1.31 billion speakers. On top of that, China has the world’s fastest-growing consumer market and is the second-largest importer of goods in the world. For these reasons alone, Chinese voice over is a key part of any multimedia localization strategy.
Yet, finding a compelling, native Chinese text-to-speech online service is a tricky game. This is where Murf Studio takes charge. We offer you a range of nine high-quality Chinese text-to-speech voices that truly capture the essence of the Chinese language and enable you to create amazing voiceovers for your project.
Creating a voiceover for your video or presentation in the Chinese accent of your choice is now a cakewalk with Murf Studio. All you have to do is choose an AI voice that best fits your production from a range of 4 female and 5 male authentic AI Chinese voices. The next step is to enter the voiceover script in Murf Studio’s text block. Users can either type in their own script or if you have written content ready, simply copy-paste it to the text editor and convert your Chinese text to speech in male voice or female voice based on your requirements. Step three involves rendering your Chinese voiceover instantly by simply clicking the ‘Build Audio’ button in Murf Studio.
Ta-da! In three simple steps, your Chinese voiceover is ready for use.
Murf’s realistic-sounding text to speech Chinese voices support three different accents: Simplified, Cantonese, and Taiwanese. For example, Liu, Chao, Hong, Mei, and Xing are a part of our Simplified Chinese text-to-speech voices. Tai and Choy support Cantonese Chinese accent. Peichun and Hsinhung, on the other hand, are our Taiwanese Chinese AI voices. All of the Chinese text-to-speech male and Chinese text-to-speech female voices are a part of Murf’s Pro Plan. Users are required to subscribe to either the Pro plan or Enterprise plan in order to access these AI voices.
Murf Studio offers a myriad of customizable features like pitch, pronunciation, speed, pause, and more to enable users to make Chinese voiceovers from scratch and adapt their narration to the intent of the script.
Chinese is among the many tonal languages spoken across the world and hence pitch plays an important part in conveying words’ meanings. With Murf, depending on the type of Chinese accent needed for your project, you can change the tone and pitch of the voiceover to deliver the correct meaning. Using the Pitch tab in the Studio, you can either increase or decrease the pitch accordingly.
In Chinese, emphasis is often put on titles or the last part of a sentence. With Murf’s Emphasis feature, you can place emphasis on the necessary parts of a sentence or script as needed.
Using the Speed functionality in Murf, users can either speed up the voice or speed down the narration of your content, or choose the speech rate as needed.
Using Murf’s pronunciation feature, users can change the pronunciation of certain terms or change the Chinese pronunciation according to the accent.
You can also include varying lengths of pauses in your script with the help of Murf’s Pause feature. Murf offers five ready options pauses of 250ms, 0.5s, 0.75s, 1s, and 1.2s that you can use to differentiate your phrases.
With Murf, you can also assign different voices for each part of your script from the nine Chinese TTS voices available in Murf Studio.
Creating voice over videos or voiceovers for presentations in Chinese is really easy with Murf Studio. Firstly, convert your presentation into image format and import it into a new project. Add your script for every slide, choose the Chinese voice of your choice from the Studio, change the styling options as needed, and finally, render the voice.
Click on the ‘Build Video’ option to create your own voiceover presentation in Chinese. You can also add background music to your production if needed.
Depending on whether your presentation is a tutorial, how-to video, training video, eLearning, business presentation, product demo, or industry report, Murf allows you to generate voiceovers in different Chinese accents. Go ahead and try Murf for your voiceover needs.
With Murf’s simple Google slide add-on option, users can write and edit their voiceover scripts while creating their presentations on a google slide. You can also use Murf voiceover Google Slides to automatically sync the narration to your presentation.
With Murf’s text-to-speech service, changing your voice or any recorded voice into a high-quality AI voice without background noise is an easy three-step process. Use Murf’s voice changer feature to transcribe your voice over audio to editable text. You can also input text, include a new phrase or copy-paste any text, remove or add pauses, delete extraneous words, and arrange the sequences just like editing a word document. Next, pick the Chinese voice of your liking from the nine Chinese natural-sounding AI voices in Murf Studio that best fit your project. Generate the voiceover and add it right back to your video.
Convert your Chinese text to speech on Murf in three simple steps. Add your text to the Studio, choose an AI Chinese voice of your choice, convert text to voice, and align your text blocks with visuals to get that perfect video with a great Chinese voiceover in a matter of minutes.
Murf’s text-to-speech Chinese voices are synthetic voices that are generated by leveraging AI and deep learning technology to sound as natural and realistic as possible.
Just click on the ‘Voices’ tab on Murf Studio, and then on the AI voice of your choice and accent to access the different options offered by the Studio.