AudioDocs can convert Microsoft Word Documents to Wave Files so you can hear the documents that you created
1. Note: Document MUST be closed for AudioDocs to close, or you will run into some issues (e.g. AudioDocs crashing and empty file)
AudioDocs 3.1.1 has been released! Do note, if you downloaded AudioDocs 2.7.1 (and 3.0.1, sadly), there is a BUG that causes a problem with the updater. Please run AudioDocs under Admin privileges for it to work.
New FEATURES have arrived!
New and better Installer!
- Creates compressed audio documents
- Quick and easy document conversion
- User-friendly GUI
- Sound Control
- Voice Control
- Speeking Rate Control
- AudioDocs Software Development Kit (ADSdk)
- Fast and Easy-to-Use Installer
- .NET Framework 4.5 Packaged with AudioDocs
- Multiple File Conversion
- Redesigned GUI
- PDF to Audio Beta Support
- Output Directory Selection
- Version Updater
- Text to Audio Conversion
- ePub to Audio Conversion
- New Installer & Patched Updater
- PDF to Audio Bug Fixes (TTS Voices show up!)
Note: AudioDocs can be buggy if the document is open. Otherwise, it will work just fine
Great idea. My installation (as administrator) doesn't work on any pdf file and does not show a voice name when pdf is selected. It does not work on any Word file I have either. In both cases, it makes an empty file in the destination folder but gives an error or hangs on the "create audiodoc file". It does work very well (with only one voice for a choice) with txt files. Anything I may have done wrong?
Great product audiodocs