A python script for using Google's undocumented TTS api to save text to an MP3 file.
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Google-Translate-TTS

A python script for using Google's undocumented TTS api to save text to an MP3 file.

For more background, check out this blog post.

Usage

Either 1/ on the command line, or 2/ as a function

1/ Command line

GoogleTTS.py [-h] [-o [OUTPUT]] [-l [LANGUAGE]]
                    (-f FILE | -s STRING [STRING ...])

Google TTS Downloader.

optional arguments:
  -h, --help            show this help message and exit
  -o [OUTPUT], --output [OUTPUT]
                        Filename to output audio to
  -l [LANGUAGE], --language [LANGUAGE]
                        Language to output text to.
  -f FILE, --file FILE  File to read text from.
  -s STRING [STRING ...], --string STRING [STRING ...]
                        A string of text to convert to speech.

Examples

To convert text from a file:

GoogleTTS.py -f text.txt

To convert text from the commandline to a named file:

GoogleTTS.py -l ja -o konnichiwa_bitches.mp3 -s こんにちは

2/ Function

or we can call

audio_extract(input_text='tunnel snakes rule apparently', args = {'language':'en','output':'outputto.mp3'})

Remember

Don't be evil.