Free AI Text-To-Speech and Text-to-MP3 for Vietnamese

Transform your Vietnamese text into high-quality, AI-generated speech effortlessly and at no cost. Ideal for enhancing e-learning experiences, enriching presentations, powering YouTube videos, and making your website more accessible. Our advanced AI voices deliver natural-sounding speech in various languages, complete with authentic accents. Furthermore, your spoken text can be effortlessly saved as an MP3 file. Select from a range of voices to ensure the tone and style perfectly match your needs.

Todays use: 0 / 1,000 characters

Information about working with AI voices

How do i select a language?

AI voices detect the language automatically. However, AI voices do not support ALL languages. Here is the list of languages that are supported:
Arabic, Armenian, Azerbaijani, Belarusian, Bosnian, Bulgarian, Catalan, Chinese, Croatian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, Galician, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Hungarian, Icelandic, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese, Kannada, Kazakh, Korean, Latvian, Lithuanian, Macedonian, Malay, Maori, Marathi, Nepali, Norwegian, Persian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Serbian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swahili, Swedish, Tagalog, Tamil, Thai, Turkish, Ukrainian, Urdu, Vietnamese, Welsh.

How do i change the tone or pitch of the output voice?

Unlike our regular voices, AI-generated voices currently lack the capability to adjust pitch or tone on demand. Instead, the AI analyzes the context of the text, including punctuation like exclamation points or dashes, to determine the appropriate inflection during speech.

Disclaimer about AI voices

The TTS voices you are hearing are AI-generated and not human voices. Although this may be self-explanatory, it is mandatory for us to clarify this here.

Example audio files for all voices in Vietnamese

Example sentence: 'Con cáo nâu nhanh nhẹn nhảy qua con chó lười biếng.'







Facts about the Vietnamese language:

Vietnamese, the national and official language of Vietnam, boasts a rich history that traces back to the ancient Nam Viet kingdom. The language has evolved considerably since its early incarnations, heavily influenced by centuries of Chinese domination, which introduced a slew of Sino-Vietnamese vocabulary. As a result, approximately 30-60% of the Vietnamese lexicon consists of words of Chinese origin, providing a fascinating conduit through which one can explore the cultural and political interplay between Vietnam and its giant neighbor to the north.

The traditional Vietnamese writing system used characters akin to Classical Chinese, known as Chữ Nôm. It was not until the 17th century that missionaries, Alexander de Rhodes being the most prominent, developed the Romanized script known as Quốc ngữ to facilitate the spread of Roman Catholicism. This script, which employs the Latin alphabet and includes additional diacritic marks to denote tones and certain vowel distinctions, eventually supplanted Chữ Nôm and became the standardized writing system, fostering literacy and eventually nationalism among the Vietnamese people.

Vietnamese is known for its tonal nature, where the meaning of a word can change based on the tone with which it is spoken. There are six distinct tones in the standard Northern dialect: level, high rising, low falling-rising, high rising glottalized, mid falling glottalized, and low falling glottalized. The presence of tones makes Vietnamese a fascinating case study in phonology, as these pitch variations must be mastered for accurate communication. Additionally, regional variations in pronunciation can be so distinct that speakers of different dialects may have difficulties understanding one another, with major dialects including those from the North (Hanoi), the Central region (Hue), and the South (Ho Chi Minh City).

The language also features a rich tradition of poetry and literature, with esteemed works like "The Tale of Kiều" by Nguyễn Du, which is not only a cornerstone of Vietnamese literature but also provides insight into the societal norms and historical context of 18th-century Vietnam. As the language continues to evolve, its unique blend of historical influences and linguistic characteristics ensure that Vietnamese remains not just a means of communication but a testament to Vietnam's enduring cultural heritage.

Current Limit: ~125 words or 1,000 characters / day | Powered by OpenAI Text-To-Speech

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