Disney is teaming up with TikTok to add the official voices of its characters across the Star Wars, Marvel and Disney Animation brands to the text-to-speech feature of the popular Disney app. social media.
This allows you to read your annotations from famous Disney characters like C-3PO and Chewbacca and Stormtrooper from Star Wars and Rocket Raccoon from Guardians of the galaxy.
New character voices are introduced in the app as part of the Disney Plus Day promotion to celebrate the second anniversary of the service.
Voices can be used in similar way to normal text-to-speech voices on the platform. After recording a video, tap the text button on the screen and type what you want the text-to-speech function to read.
Then, press the Text-to-Speech button to select a voice. But instead of just seeing the usual presets the platform usually offers, you’re seeing the new Disney sounds.
The company now has five different settings. This follows a lawsuit for the original text-to-speech audio at the beginning of quest’year.
As part of the promotion, you must first unlock new Disney sounds with specific keywords.
As part of the Disney Plus Day celebrations
The collaboration with Disney isn’t the first time TikTok has offered promotional text-to-speech sounds. The app previously teamed up with Paramount to add a Scream-like soundtrack that sounds like Ghostface in coinciding with the movie trailer horror in I arrive.
The companies did not say how many text-to-speech voices would be available for the new character.
The new partnership with Tik Tok comes after Disney Plus recently launched an official account across the platform. which presents contents oriented to the origins, personalities and talent of the broadcast.
Disney announced the new feature as part of a Disney Plus Day announcement suite, along with a number of other promotions (including Disney Plus’ first month offering to new and returning subscribers for $ 1.99).
The company-wide Disney Plus Day campaign aims to celebrate the second anniversary of the service’s initial launch and seek to attract subscribers to the service, which in the September 2021 quarter had the lowest growth rate since the service began. in subscription.
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