Text to speech generator

Voices for video. With our free online text to speech generator, you can use artificial intelligence technology to turn your words into voice overs.

A new type of storyteller

Voice overs are a must-have for many professional videos, from documentaries to ads. We don't all have the budget (or the vocals) to do it alone, so our text to speech generator is here to help. Turn text to speech in seconds and hear your narrative come to life.

170 lifelike voices

Choose from 170 unique voices, selected by our team for their authentic sound. Our selection of AI voices covers feminine, masculine and neutral tones, and spans a variety of ages, and accents so you can tell your stories, your way.

Pictures of a diverse group of people represent the wide selection of AI voices available in Clipchamp's text to speech generator.

Supporting 70 languages

Video is a global communication tool, so we've made sure you can convert text to speech in almost any language. Explore different voice and language combinations to produce a result that speaks to you.

Pictures of national flags represent the wide variety of languages supported by Clipchamp's text to speech generator.

Pick your pace

Customize your voice overs with our speed controls. Whether you want to stay under a time limit or take things slow, you can find the right speed for your video. All you need to do is choose a voice and experiment with the speaking speed slider.

A speaking speed slider sits in between the icons for slow and fast.

How to use our text to speech generator


Discover text to speech in the sidebar.


Select your voice, language, and speed, and enter text to generate a preview.


Make any necessary changes, then select save to media.


Drag and drop your text to speech file to the timeline to add it to your video.

A mouse hovers above the text to speech tool in Clipchamp's video editor.
A mouse hovers over the preview button of the text to speech feature. A language, voice, and speaking speed are chosen and text is entered.
A mouse hovers over the save to media button of the text to speech feature. A language, voice, and speaking speed are chosen and text is entered.
In the Clipchamp video editor, a mouse drags and drops a text to speech file to the timeline.
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Innovative AI technology

Genuine human voices are in, robotic automations are out. We're using the best in AI technology to provide you with unique, character-filled voice overs for your videos.

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Professional audio editing

Create rich soundscapes by layering your text to speech with music and sound effects. Our editor gives you full control over audio volume and speed to find a balance that's music to your ears.

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Add text and titles

Everyone can enjoy your video's dialogue when you add text. Even if your text to speech can't be heard, our editor enables you to add simple captions and captivating motion titles in a range of fonts with a few simple clicks.

Need help with text to speech?

We're here to help you get the most out of our text to speech generator. Head to our blog for simple step-by-step tutorials about how to turn your text into voice. We'll also share insider tips on how to produce the best voice-over narration possible for your videos. In no time you'll be narrating excellent ads, documentaries, and more.

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Frequently asked questions

  • Yes.

    Pronunciation issues can be easily fixed with intentional misspelling or phonetic spelling (spelling a word like it sounds). It might take some trial and error but you'll eventually get it right.

    If numbers are not being pronounced how you want them, try writing them out in full, e.g. "1984" becomes "nineteen eighty-four".

  • Yes.

    You can use punctuation to make small but impactful changes to your text to speech delivery. Here's how it works:

    • Full stops. These will add a moderate pause to your text to speech before the next sentence begins.

    • Commas. A comma will add a short pause to your text to speech before the sentence continues.

    • Ellipses. Adding an ellipsis (aka ...) to your text to speech will result in a prolonged pause. The longer you make it, the longer your text to speech will pause.

    • Question marks. Ending a sentence with a question mark will change its intonation. You'll notice a rise in pitch on the last syllable of the sentence.

    What about exclamation marks or all caps?

    At this point in time, exclamation marks or typing in all caps is unlikely to affect the delivery of your text to speech.

  • Our text to speech generator supports the following languages: Arabic (Egypt), Arabic (Saudi Arabia), Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese (China), Chinese (Hong Kong), Chinese (Taiwan), Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch (Belgium), Dutch (Netherlands), English (Australia), English (Canada), English (Hong Kong), English (India), English (Ireland), English (New Zealand), English (Philippines), English (Singapore), English (South Africa), English (United Kingdom), English (United States), Estonian, Finnish, French (Belgium), French (Canada), French (France), French (Switzerland), German (Austria), German (Germany), German (Switzerland), Greek, Gujarati, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Indonesian, Irish, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Malay, Maltese, Marathi, Norwegian Bokmal, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Russian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish (Argentina), Spanish (Colombia), Spanish (Mexico), Spanish (Spain), Spanish (United States), Swahili, Swedish, Tamil, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese, Welsh.

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