Steps of configuration

After installation, To make CyberBukit TTS work, you still have several steps to do. Don't worry, it's not too complex. We have tried our best to explain in the simplest way. With our guideline, we believe you may get it worked in 10 minutes.


1. Create an account on AWS, or Google Cloud, or Wasabi

AWS Polly, Google Cloud Text-to-Speech or Microsoft Azure actually does the Text-to-Speech work. So at least you need to create one account of AWS or Google Cloud or Microsoft Azure. AWS offers TTS service(named AWS Polly) and storage service(named AWS S3), Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure only offer TTS service.

Wasabi is optional. It's used to store the TTS voice files. By default, you can store TTS voice files on your server. But if you need to store many files, it's a good choice to use Wasabi as they offer a competitive price.

To start playing with Cyberbukit TTS, we recommend you create an IBM account first, it's the easiest one to get started.

Guideline of IBM Cloud TTS

After you're familiar with Cyberbukit TTS, you can create accounts of AWS, Azure, Google Cloud and Wasabi.

Guideline of AWS Polly & S3

Guideline of Google Cloud Text-to-Speech

Guideline of Microsoft Azure TTS

Guideline of IBM Cloud TTS

Guideline of Wasabi


2. Manage TTS resource

After creating accounts and implementing proper configurations, You need to sync the TTS resource from AWS or Google Cloud. See TTS resource management


3. Set up the pricing model (if necessary)

If you want to run CyberBukit TTS as a SaaS business, you need to set up the pricing model. This article may be helpful.

How does the pricing model work?