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Language Interpreter Closed Captions

MacEdu
Listener

Scenario:

 

Webinar with an English to Spanish Interpreter.

 

Spanish speaking attendee that has selected the Spanish Interpreters audio channel.

 

Question:

 

Can the Spanish speaking attendee enable CC and see the Spanish Interpreters audio channel in CC?

 

So for example if the translator hears "five" from the original audio channel and then translates that to "cinco" the CC for our Spanish speaking attendee shows "cinco".

 

Note:

 

While testing, our Spanish speaking attendee with CC enabled could only see CC from the original audio channel.

 

So for example if the translator hears "five" from the original audio channel and then translates that to "cinco" the CC for our Spanish speaking attendee shows "five".

 

Thanks in advance for you help.

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Ray_Harwood
Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

Welcome to the Zoom Community, @MacEdu.

 

The functionality of Translated Captions is to take what is spoken by attendees, use their indicated speaking language for defining what was said, then translates that into the listener’s indicated reading language for display. There is no current functionality that will use the live interpreter audio as the source of the transaction. 


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Ray_Harwood
Community Champion | Customer
Community Champion | Customer

Welcome to the Zoom Community, @MacEdu.

 

The functionality of Translated Captions is to take what is spoken by attendees, use their indicated speaking language for defining what was said, then translates that into the listener’s indicated reading language for display. There is no current functionality that will use the live interpreter audio as the source of the transaction. 


Ray - Need cost-effective Zoom Events Help? Visit Z-SPAN.com.
Please click Accept As Solution if this helped you !