Acapela Kiosk is an online service that enables publishers to create friendly audio content for print-impaired users and not only. Using proprietary speech synthesis, Acapela Kiosk turns written content into accurate audio formats.
The service can be used by newspapers and magazines, as well as other publishers who want to provide audio versions of their written content (such as news articles, company presentations, ebooks, newsletters and more).
“Our high quality speech synthesis ensures a perfect, pleasant, audio production of any written content. Acapela Kiosk is the application layer that was missing between the technology and the publishers’ needs. We look forward to bringing more innovative tools and solutions to the audio publishing market in which we are very much involved” said Lars-Erik Larsson, CEO of Acapela Group, in a press statement.
Acapela Kiosk offers an easy-to-use interface that converts written content into speech automatically, with just a few clicks. Customers may select desired languages and voices, as well as file format (MP3 or Daisy). The files are then available for direct download and use within minutes.
Acapela Kiosk is a collaborative interface, allowing more members of the same company to manage content. The web interface ensures hands on management of all parts of audio production in a single place: from online editing and lexicon handling to production. All comments, messages and files sent and shared between workers are saved.