This article covers how to create audio flashcards using batch generation in AwesomeTTS. Before you start, you should have a simple deck, using the Basic note type, with a Front and a Back field, like the one below.
The preview for your cards (which you can see by clicking thebutton in the editor above the fields)
While in the card browser, select a few notes, then go to menu AwesomeTTS Plus trial). Choose a French voice. You can enter some text on the right to preview the audio., . You'll see the following dialog appear. Choose the service you want to use (some are free, some require an API key, if you wish to try paid ones, you can sign up for the
Then, click thebutton. You'll see a progress bar while audio gets added to your fields.
Once audio generation is done, look at your notes in the browser. Notice how thefield now has a [sound] tag which references the audio file.
Click thebutton again, and click the right arrow to see the back of the card. You should hear the French sound, and you can replay the audio by clicking the button, on typing the key.
You can now review your cards, and you'll hear audio after showing the back of the card.