Saves converted text as sound file

A white screen with black text inside a gray box with menu options at the bottom.
A program designed to have an automated system convert text files to mp3 to play on an mp3 player. Designed for people with visual difficulties to have an easy system to convert a book or document text to voice. 
Screenshot of Studio Recorder interface showing a PC screen with a menu bar at top, icons on the second row, recorder arrows like play, fast forward, reverse, a bright red round record button next to a square stop button, all on the third row. Under these is a yellow band of color with voice recording graph on it in red. The majority of the screen is a digital clock showing 32.089 minutes on a white background.

Studio Recorder contains many features that make recording, editing, and proofreading audio books easy.

Books2burn file settings menu.

Books2burn translates text files into a series of audio files (Apple AIFF format) which can then be converted to mp3's or other formats using programs like LAME, iTunes, or other tools available around the net.

Panopreter in packaging.

Panopreter is a text to speech software for Windows users. It reads any text aloud with natural voices, reads files in formats of txt, rtf, doc, pdf and web pages.

Media upload and output format screen for RoboBraille service.

An email and Web-based service capable of automatically transforming documents into a variety of alternate formats for the visually and reading impaired.

Angled view of rectangular software box with red side and cover of box showing images of people working on a computer against a white background.

Converts printed documents or graphic-based text into an electronic text format for use on a computer using speech and the latest optical character recognition technology.

Screenshot of program settings.

The TMspeakdocu Series is a series of programs that converts written text into speech. 

Rectangular device with document scanning platform and control buttons on the front.

An automatic reading system that comes with a processor with an integrated scanner, 20 languages module, and Daisyplayer to read printed text and spoken books. 

A grey scanner device with speakers on the left side and control keys on the front.

A reading system, converting printed text into natural sounding speech, with the ability to connect any Handy Tech Braille display for Braille output.

Fixed camera above a book with the text and image magnified on a connected laptop screen.

A portable camera system that gives dyslexic users near-instant access to practically any physical document. Using Lex software, a document can be read aloud and shown in a choice of text size, color, and formatting.