if you use Edge browser, you can use the "read aloud" or immersive reader feature. You can select specific accents for Spanish. There are two Argentinian ones. I really like the Edge voices, at least for Spanish and German.
If you want to use that for your audio in the lesson you can, from browser, go into your lesson. Click the 3 dots near upper right part of lesson window and select "print lesson". This will pop up the lesson in plain text. You can then click the "read aloud" feature of Edge (at the right side of the url input field). This will choose one of the Spanish voices, but you can then change the voice options (it'll have opened up a toolbar near the top of the page...right side is the voice options). Select one of the two Argentinian accents.
The read aloud/immersive reader will then read the lesson and will also highlight what it's reading so it's very nice.
Now, if you want to save this audio INTO the lesson, you'll need to use something like audacity to record. You'll need to set the host interface as Windows WASAPI (not sure about other operating systems). Recording device needs to be set to one of the "loopback" items in the dropdown (not sure if it matters but I have selected speakers on mine when I've done this.). Then you'll need to record it and export it as mp3. Then you can edit your lesson and upload the audio file. Then you can "generate timestamps" to match the audio to the words.
Here's some more specific directions on the audacity recording part:
I've not guessed myself that it's possible to combine the Lyngq print mode with the immersive reader in Edge. Very fast and convenient, except rewinding TTS is a little messy.
As for recording, I've actually found the way which doesn't require using audacity.
This utility https://github.com/rany2/edge-tts
allows to generate the audio file directly from the command line.
Other bad thing about using Edge's immersive reader is your reading and listening stats won't update automatically unlike using Lingq's built in immersive reader. However, the Edge voices are vastly superior in my opinion...you can always update the stats in a manual way if you want to keep track (won't count towards challenges though).
Thanks for the link. I actually had saved that off before, but have been too lazy to try and play around with it, even though I have python set up on a few of my computers.
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