Using the Text-to-Speech API with C#
Google Cloud Text-to-Speech API (Beta) allows developers to include natural-sounding, synthetic human speech as playable audio in their applications. The Text-to-Speech API converts text or Speech Synthesis Markup Language (SSML) input into audio data like MP3 or LINEAR16 (the encoding used in WAV files).
In this lab, you will focus on using the Text-to-Speech API with C#. You will learn how to list available voices and also synthesize audio from text.
What you'll learn
How to use the Cloud Shell
How to enable the Text-to-Speech API
How to Authenticate API requests
How to install the Google Cloud client library for C#
How to list available voices
How to synthesize audio from text
What you'll need
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