Audiolicious: Turn Any RSS Feed Into A Podcast

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Audiolicious: Turn Any RSS Feed Into A Podcast, Using Text-To-Speech
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Audiolicious is a Windows program that lets you turn any RSS feed into a podcast. It uses text-to-speech to convert the feed's webpages into MP3 files... ... Audiolicious works especially well with RSS feeds created using the del.icio.us bookmarking website -- just tag a web page using del.icio.us to add it to the Audiolicious job queue.

Comments are all positive. Anyone tried it?

There's a download available at the link.

Comments

Try Talkr instead

At least for the examples on Jon's blog, the audio is horrible with Audiolicious. I've been trying out Talkr.com and it works a lot better. Plus it's web based. No client side software.

Yes, Talkr is nice

I use Talkr in my blog but Talkr doesn't support Atom feeds.

Voice quality and speed is excellent.

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