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Integrate Amazon Polly into Storyline (Dynamic Text-to-Speech)

Submitted by Kingsley on Tue, 03/06/2018 - 14:02
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UPDATE: The new version has an option to translate your text (via Google Translate API) before speaking it!

I am working with a client that wants to dynamically insert the learner’s name and score into the audio narration.  For example: “Great job Susan, you scored 98 on the final test.”

I have been doing a lot of work lately integrating Google and AWS APIs into both Storyline and Captivate courses. For this project I chose to use Amazon’s Polly API. Mainly because I like their JavaScript library and it does not require a server-to-server connection (although that would be more secure).  

Play with the new version here: https://www.jameskingsley.com/demos/pollywithtranslate/

Play with the original here:  https://www.jameskingsley.com/demos/polly/

To play with dynamically inserting your name (or any text really) click the rocket.

Please leave comments below about how you could use this type of solution in your courses. 

Contact me if you have questions or need an eLearning Puzzle that needs to be solved. 

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Submitted by JamesBurton (not verified) on Sat, 08/04/2018 - 04:10

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