In this guide, we will show you how to create an alert animation that just shows the Text-to-Speech message. In the first step, visit the Sound Alerts Dashboard so that you can start creating the Text-to-Speech Animation. After that follow these instructions:

  1. Select Animations
  2. Press the Add New Animation button
  3. Now our Animation Editor opens
  4. Choose Blank as a template
  5. Now, we add a Text Layer
  6. Next, we set the source from Event to User Message on the right under Event messages
  7. Finally, we give the Animation a unique name so that we can select it later, and then we press the Save button
  8. Now assign the animation to the alert type for which we have also activated the Text-to-Speech parameter

From this point on, our animation is ready and will show the TTS message you can hear on-stream. You also implement any style changes via the sidebar on the right.

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If you have any questions, please contact us by visiting our Sound Alerts Discord Server.

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