Once you have Speaker view set for attendees and understand the spotlighting process, understand that you can spotlight up to 9 people at a time (though I recommend no more than 4 most of the time).
Manage the spotlighting with panelists and interpreter, which could be a little tricky at first, but after some practice, begins to come naturally. I’ve been facilitating Zoom meetings and webinars over 2 years and it’s pretty natural at this point.
Another option, if attendees are comfy with it: use the Live Transcript feature. See this Zoom Support article for more on that feature.
Did you figure this out @MableZoom or do you need further assistance?
Ray has pointed you into the right direction.
The best way to do is record LOCALLY on a seperate device from your host device. Then as the HOST keep the Interpreter spotlighted and add and remove spotlights for the speakers individually.
On the local device ensure that you are in speaker view when you start the recording.
Interpretation = live translation by people for people We specialise in organising and running events with interpretation. Robert email: email@example.com www.onlineinterpretersworldwide.com
Please be aware that Language Interpretation currently can *only* be recorded locally. The local computer must be switched to the language interpretation channel it is recording. In our organization, we find it error prone, and always try to have two separate people or devices recording each language interpretation channel. (We have up to 5 interpretation channels per event. So this is a management headache!)
Please request that Zoom add the feature to record language interpretation (at least audio) to the cloud. https://zoom.us/feed