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If you’re a frequent viewer of Twitch streamers, you may have come across amusing text-to-speech donations. These funny TTS donations are not limited to Twitch but can also be found on YouTube and TikTok.
On YouTube, you can find many videos titled “Best Twitch Text to Speech Donations,” which are compilations of entertaining TTS donations from Twitch. These videos showcase various TTS moments, including humorous trolls, lines, and spam messages.
These compilation videos are highly popular on YouTube, often accumulating hundreds of thousands of views. One such YouTube channel known for uploading Twitch TTS compilations is “Top Kek,” boasting over 500,000 subscribers and featuring compilations from various Twitch streamers.
This article contains funny TTS donations and messages you can copy and paste to have fun with your favorite streamers. The article also explains why there might be restrictions on donating to certain Twitch streamers and whether your donation will be read aloud during the stream.
Why can’t I donate on Twitch?
You might be unable to donate on Twitch for a few reasons:
- Streamer Setup: If the streamer hasn’t set up a donation system, you won’t see an option to donate. They need to enable this feature.
- No Donation Panel: If there’s no donation panel on the stream page, it means the streamer hasn’t activated donations.
- Direct Request: You can still donate if you’re persistent. Send a direct message to the streamer, expressing your desire to donate.
- PayPal: Most often, donations are made through PayPal. If the streamer has PayPal set up, you can donate through that method.
So, if you want to donate on Twitch, check if the streamer has enabled donations and if they have a PayPal account set up for this purpose. If not, communicate with them directly to express your intention to donate.
Will my Twitch donation be read aloud?
Whether your Twitch donation will be read aloud or not depends on the streamer’s settings:
- Text-to-Speech Setting: If the streamer has enabled text-to-speech, your donation will be read aloud. This means that when you donate, a computer-generated voice will speak your message on the stream.
- Text-to-Speech Disabled: If the streamer has disabled text-to-speech, your donation will not be read aloud. Instead, it will only appear as a visual notification on the screen.
- Minimum Donation Amount: Some streamers set a minimum donation amount for text-to-speech to activate. For example, if the streamer has set a $10 minimum donation amount, your donation will only be read aloud if it’s $10 or more.
To find and adjust this setting, you can go to the streamer’s Streamlabs settings:
- Streamlabs > Alert Box > Donations > Open Text to Speech > Enabled > Min. $Donations to Read: Here, you can enable or disable text-to-speech and set the minimum donation amount required for it to read donations aloud.
Keep in mind that these settings can vary from streamer to streamer, so it’s always a good idea to check with the specific streamer you’re supporting to understand their donation preferences.
Funny text to speech donations for Twitch
- My sprinkler goes like thisstststststststststststststststststststststststst and comes back like ttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttttte
- Don’t you just hate it when your cat wakes you up like this? Meow. Meow. Meow. Meow. Meow. Meow. Meow. Meow. Meow.
- Don’t you just hate it when your dog wakes you up like this? Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof. Woof.
- Rice cookers go wowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowowow
- a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a: :a:
- lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl lurl
- My ROFLCopter goes soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi soi
- John Madden John Madden John Madden John Madden John Madden
- YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN YIRN
- ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna ourna
- Bomb has been planted. mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm?mm? ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh?ylh? Bomb has been defused.
- I heard Joe wanted to talk to you.
- I heard Candice wanted to talk to you.
- As a female streamer that watches you every day, I just wanted to say thank you for being an inspiration to all of us. My friends and I hahaha just kidding, we all know it’s a sausage fest in here.
- What do you think about Joe being a guest?
Where can I test my text-to-speech message?
You can test your text-to-speech message using Textreader Pro, available at textreader.pro.
This tool allows you to convert text into speech using Streamlabs’ voices like Brian, Ivy, and Justin. It’s important to test your message before making a donation to prevent any potential problems. Another option is to download Elundus Core, which is another text-to-speech simulator.
The bottom line
When you donate to streamers, one of the incentives is having your donation message spoken aloud during their stream. This feature is called “text-to-speech” and is often available through platforms like Streamlabs.
However, before making a donation, it’s important to check if there’s a minimum donation amount required for the text-to-speech feature to work. This information is typically found on the streamer’s donation page. For instance, if the streamer has set a minimum donation amount of $10, your donation must be $10 or more for your message to be read aloud on the stream.
If you want to learn more about the Brain TTS feature, you can refer to the manual provided here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1qLKdc3QArtn6PVuGf42EfoMuzvLE_ykWwU1RViEcrbU/.