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あなたのMacのトークを作るにナレーションの代替手段
Mike Watkinson on Sat, September 24th 7 comments
Hidden under its hood, your Mac has powerful accessibility options that are useful for all. In this quick tip, Mike Watkinson communicates his love of the built-in Text to Speech options.

VoiceOver機能


方法1 - スピーチのテキスト

  • Open System Preferences
  • Click the ‘Speech’ button
  • Choose ‘Text to Speech’ 
  • Tick ‘Speak selected text when key is pressed’ 
  • Click the ‘Set Key’ button to define a key command that does not conflict with key commands in your favorite applications

Text to Speech in System Preferences

システム環境設定のスピーチへのテキスト。


Setting a Key Combination

キーの組み合わせを設定する。


任意のアプリケーションでは、現在マウスポインタでテキストを強調することができます、そしてあなたが選択したキーコマンドを押すと、あなたのMacは、システムの音声のドロップダウンメニューで選択した音声を使って言葉を話すだろう、と話速のスライダーによって決まる速度で。


注意してください。

あなたがスピーチへのテキストのために選択した音声は、VoiceOverの設定したものとは別個のものです。これはまた、VoiceOverを使用する場合は、2つを区別するために便利です。

このメソッドは、VoiceOverは、ウィンドウ内のすべてのアクティブなフィールドの説明を与える場所、あなたが話されているのかを制御することができます。 VoiceOverは、文書内のテキストを話す(だけでなく、あなたの書式情報を与える)が、Webブラウザで、より神経質であるだろう。例えば、VoiceOverがmacProVideo.comのハブの記事を読むために取得してみてください!スピーチへのテキストで、単にあなたのカスタムキーコマンドを聞くと押ししたいテキストを選択します。

(あなたが使用してオフにVoiceOverをオンまたはことができる音声とナレーションのテキストは、同時に使用することはできますが、一方から他方使用して、キーコマンドにすばやく入れ替えることができます


方法2 - iTunesでオーディオファイルの作成

  • Enable the service by going to System Preferences > Keyboard > Keyboard Shortcuts > Services
  • Select ‘Services’ in the left-hand column
  • Under the 'Text' subheading, tick ‘Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track’

Setting up Services in System Preferences

システム環境設定でサービスを設定する。


サポートされている任意のアプリケーションではアプリケーションのメニューに移動し、[サービス]オプションの下の音声トラックとしてiTunesに追加するでしょう。例えば、Firefoxで:

  • Select some text
  • Choose Firefox > Services > Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track
  • In iTunes you will find the audio file in a playlist called ‘Spoken Text’ (this is created automatically if it doesn’t already exist)

Text to Speech files in iTunes

iTunesで音声ファイルへのテキスト。


注意してください。

  • The files will all be named ‘Text to Speech’ so you may need to rename them
  • The voice used is the Mac OS default ("Alex") and cannot easily be changed
  • You can set up a key command in the same System Preferences window (System Preferences > Keyboards > Keyboard Shortcuts) by double-clicking to the right of the Service description (see image) and entering your key command of choice. This saves you from having to access the function through menus, as described above.


Mac OSXの詳細を知りたいですか? のMac OS X(10.7)101 -コアライオンは、すべてのもののライオンのスピードにあなたを取得します。 マックOS 10.6 201 -アドバンスドSnow Leopardのチュートリアルでは、音声、Automatorと他の時間節約のヒントにテキストをより深く行くことができます。


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  • Kill KRT
    Nice article! How can I change default voice for audio files added to iTunes playlist? I hope it isn't so tricky! :-)
    • 7 years ago
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  • thirdspace
    Actually you can change the voice for the 'Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track' option, but not easliy in System Preferences, unfortunately. 1. Go to System>Library>Services 2. Double click the following file: Add to iTunes as a Spoken Track.workflow 3. It will open in Automator 4. In the Text to audio file section change the System Voice to your preference (you can try them out in SytemePrefernces>Voice>Text to Speech but changes made here do not affect this particalur Service) 5. You won't be able to overwrite the existing file as you won't have permissions, but if you choose File>Save as.. you can save it with a new name. It will be saved in ~/Library/Services and will only be available to the user who created it Hope that helps! Mike Watkinson
    • 7 years ago
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  • Kill KRT
    It works!!! Thanks you!
    • 7 years ago
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  • Dekuruy
    Great tips, Mike, Thanks.
    • 7 years ago
    • By: Dekuruy
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  • thirdspace
    You're welcome - glad you found it useful! Mike
    • 7 years ago
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  • thirdspace
    Here's some great comments by Stevie Wonder about accessibility and Apple: http://lat.ms/mZbHGV
    • 7 years ago
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  • Dekuruy
    Thanks, Mike, for the link to that very inspiring article. I was fortunate enough to be in my childhood/teenage years when Stevie's career was at its peak. His music left (and still leaves) a great impression on me. To hear him talk about Steve Jobs and Apple the way he does in the article you linked to is yet another well deserved tribute of the many millions that he truly deserves. One of the comments posted at the end of that article links here: http://www.wired.com/epicenter/2011/10/steve-jobs-disability/ I found that interesting, being that I work in a self-contained Special Ed. school. iPads, and, of course, Logic Studio, are at the heart of the music program that I teach there. Your mention of Stevie Wonder also brought to mind another immensely talented musician who is using voiceover technology: http://www.raulmidon.com/media/videos/making-synthesis Many Thanks, Adam
    • 7 years ago
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