Google is adding an engaging new underline to a Slides display apparatus currently that allows we to capacitate real-time programmed captions to your live presentations. That’s a good underline for those who are tough of conference or deaf, as good as those who know softened when they can review instead of listen.
The new underline comes from a same accessibility group that formerly introduced softened shade readers, Braille and shade magnifier support to Google Docs, Sheets and Slides. The programmed captioning plan started during an inner hackathon and is now rolling out to all Slides users who use U.S. English as their default denunciation and Chrome as their browser. Over time, Google skeleton to capacitate this underline for other languages, too.
To spin this underline on, we simply press a new ‘CC’ symbol on a Slides navigation box and afterwards use your computer’s microphone like always.
While this is mostly an accessibility feature, it’s also a good approach of formulating a created twin of a display that can afterwards be used for other functions after a display is over.
It’s value observant that Microsoft recently introduced identical caption/transcription support for live meetings in a Teams product. Both Google, AWS and Microsoft offer their speech-to-text record as APIs for developers, too, and a series of developers are now starting to build identical facilities into their applications formed on these services.