Talkia: Add Delay To Speech

Modified on Wed, 26 Jun at 5:45 PM

Adding Delay to Voiceover

  1. Introduction

    • Purpose: Adding delay to voiceovers for emphasis or effect.

  2. Adding Text

    • Input text into the text box.

  3. Adding Delay

    • Click on the add delay button.

    • Choose the duration of delay (e.g., 0.2 seconds, 0.5 seconds, etc.).

    • Use the minus or plus sign to adjust the delay duration.

      • TALKIA_DELAY.png

  4. Multiple Delays

    • Add delays at different points in the text for varied effects.

    • Example: 0.2 second delay at the beginning, 1.0 second delay after a specific phrase.

  5. Previewing the Voiceover

    • Click on the speak it button to listen to the voiceover with the added delays.

  6. Finalizing

    • Adjust as needed for desired effect.

    • Save or export the voiceover.


Note: For audio segments that you’ve already added into the timeline, you can freely drag the segment blocks from left to right to increase or decrease delays between tracks.


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