I have a file with text, typically about 2 paragraphs long. I am looking to create a video where the audio is text-to-speech and the visual is simply the text that is currently being spoken, say, about one sentence at a time.

This would need to be a lightweight process. Ideally this would be as simple as uploading the text file, choosing a voice, and clicking a process button.

However, I am having trouble finding a software application that will both create the audio and semi-animated text from the text file in a simple fashion. It seems relatively easy to find text-to-speech services or to find subtitling, separately. But creating a video of just subtitles based on interpretation of the audio from an original text source seems unnecessarily clunky.

What are my options here?

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I think the easiest to use for your case should be Animaker . If it's not enough for you, try Descript. Which has more features and is quite easy to use as well.

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