Punctuation should not be used for decorative purposes. The voice actors must provide clear instructions for reading the texts voices for text to speech.
Whenever possible, use simple punctuation such as periods, commas, and question marks.
More complex punctuation options can be confusing for text to speech voice voiceover. For example, the ellipsis often represents the concept of modification, and learners may not know that this means an obvious modification or discontinuity. Providing clear instructions such as 'finish' or 'pause for 2 seconds' will provide more accurate results.
Videos often guide users through different ideas. This may include discussing the problem. Provide a solution and describe the features and benefits of the problem. This may include insider tips from people. Or discuss the steps in the tutorial.
It is important to clearly separate the concepts in the voiceover text. So that users can easily watch and follow the video feel free to use transition words like 'previous', 'next', 'last'. Small words can have a big impact.
Pinyin of difficult or unfamiliar words
Fans of the hit show "The Office" will remember the scene in which Saber took on Dunder Mifflin and the team writing songs for the new brand. They pronounced the word "saber" but found that the word "saber" was correct.
Check how the voiceover speech text to speech your brand name and other words. This can be difficult, unfamiliar, or have many acceptable pronunciations. You can include it in the text of the voiceover or include it in the format. Glossary with text and introduction. Let the performers know that they can approach them when they want to hear your pronunciation.
Because you may be more familiar with the language of a voice actor than a voice actor. So it may be helpful to ask a friend outside of work or industry about confusing terms.
Avoid using abbreviations.
People often use abbreviations in writing. Especially when writing scripts, we will use this as the last thing you want to do. If you write "btw" instead of "whatever," voice actors tend to use literal abbreviations.
Write your audio comment the way you want it to be read aloud.
Make sure the description and punctuation match.
I want the tone and style of the video description to exactly match the punctuation in the text. You can try adding some exclamation marks.