How to use the PyTTS library in Python

PyTTS is a Python library for text-to-speech conversion. It can be used to convert text into speech in a variety of languages. To use PyTTS, you need to install the library first. You can do this by running the following command in your terminal:

pip install pyttsx3

Once you have installed the library, you can use it in your Python code. To get started, you need to import the library:

import pyttsx3

Once you have imported the library, you can create an instance of the engine. This will allow you to control the text-to-speech conversion.

engine = pyttsx3.init()

Next, you can set the voice and rate of the engine.

engine.setProperty(‘voice’, ‘en’)
engine.setProperty(‘rate’, 120)

Now you can use the engine to convert text into speech.

engine.say(“Hello World”)
engine.runAndWait()

You can also save the audio output to a file.

engine.save_to_file(“hello.wav”)

That’s it! You have successfully used the PyTTS library in Python.