Audio/Video/Share/Editing Text to Speech TranslationsChris Timco recorded over 5,000+ of teleconference calls (legally) for individuals and corporations. 1994-2022. Remote recording, on-site and live conference call recording. Quick turn-around. Industries of video and audio editing.
Presentations - Zoom, Go To Meeting - Video Broadcasting Record your “Zoom” and you post or I post Video broadcasting development and support
Travel: Carnival Cruise Corp. Ann Sedgewick Past Midwest Mgr - 2005-2009
YTB Travel Network: 2005-2009 Andy Cauthen - Past CEO
Cell Tech - Super Blue Green Algae - 1996-2000
Enagic Web System 2015-current Uniqueness: - Text to speech audio and video - can be made into MP4 (video) or MP3 (audio) play in car (multiple language besides English) - Edit or re-make your videos / audio (repurpose them) -You store them or I store them -You post them or I post them
The world’s most advanced text to speech technology. CereProc has developed the world's most advanced text to speech technology. Our voices not only sound real, they have character, making them suitable for any application that requires speech output. CereProc is a Scottish company, based in Edinburgh, the home of advanced speech synthesis research, with a sales office in London. The CereProc team have extensive experience across the entire speech technology domain. CereProc's technology, quite literally, speaks for itself. Use our live demo above or listen to some samples from our range of voices.
JFK’s words in July 1963 negotiated the resolution to end the Cold War. His words provided federal support for the growing civil rights movement. The course of history was changed forever on November 22, 1963, as JFK made his fateful trip through downtown Dallas to deliver his speech at the Dallas Trade Mart and was shot dead. The assassination sent shock waves throughout the world and his speech was never to be heard, until now! How was that done? Click HERE
11/27/2018 - CereProc releases their singing synthesiser on ‘The Tonight Show’ ‘Sophia’ the Robot sings through the barriers of technology by launching CereProc’s singing TTS synthesiser on ‘The Tonight Show’ We are proud to announce that CereProc has created their own singing TTS synthesiser, which premiered with ‘Sophia’ on ‘The Tonight Show’ on the 21st of November. Together with Hanson Robotics, we created Sophia’s characterful speaking voice and now CereProc has given her the ability to sing. ‘Sophia’ using CereProc’s singing synthesiser performed ‘Say Something’ by Christina Aguilera - the first robot-human duet. CereProc’s technology not only reflects the character of ‘Sophia’ but our synthesiser gives any individual the ability to sing with only a small amount of data.