Resource icon

Install UTAU in English on Windows 10

This tutorial will go over 4 steps to set up UTAU.
  1. Changing system locale
  2. Checking the decimal separator
  3. Installing UTAU
  4. Changing UTAU to English

Changing system locale​

In order for UTAU to work correctly, you will need to set your system locale to Japanese. This is also labelled as the language for non-Unicode programs.

This will NOT change your computer's language to Japanese. Everything should still display in your preferred language.

1626150888090.png


1626151037629.png


1626151069443.png


1626151096543.png


1626151114662.png


1626151157998.png


1626151192969.png


1626151211046.png


Set the locale to Japanese.
Leave the beta option UNCHECKED.
Once set, you will need to restart your computer.

Checking the decimal separator​

1626151325085.png


1626151355744.png


Make sure this is a period/dot (.) and not a comma (,)

Installing UTAU​

The latest version is v0.4.18e, available on this page: http://utau2008.xrea.jp/


qfCTjNy.png



Unzip the file and run the installer.

oOXWCQw.png


NAh3CFl.png


Select a location OUTSIDE of Program Files, such as Documents.
This will prevent issues with using and modifying voicebanks.

M3eoedn.png


eJAjzHF.png

Changing UTAU to English​

utau_language.gif


After completing these steps, close and reopen UTAU to finish changing the interface to English.
  • Like
Reactions: FelineWasteland
Author
Kiyoteru
Views
141
First release
Last update
Rating
0.00 star(s) 0 ratings

More resources from Kiyoteru