How to use "Closed Captions" during an Airmeet live session?

Modified on Mon, 22 Apr 2024 at 04:35 PM

Closed captions can be enabled and used for attendees to easily follow the conversations or to meet accessibility requirements.


1. Enable Closed caption (CC) for a live session

2. Things to keep in mind

1. Enable Closed caption (CC) for a live session
Step 1: Join an Airmeet event from your desktop/laptop.
Step 2: Enter a Live session.
Step 3: At the bottom of the stage screen,
Click on the [CC] button to turn on the closed captions. The transcribed text and the speaker's name will be displayed.
To turn off the closed captions, click the [CC] button again.

Note: Closed Captions are turned off by default and need to be enabled manually by every participant.

2. Things to keep in mind:

  1. Closed Captions are not available to the Host or Co-Host.
  2. Closed Captions are turned off by default and need to enable manually.
  3. The maximum number of lines that can be shown:
    1. If only the speaker is speaking, a maximum of 3 lines.

    2. The most recent two speakers will be shown if there are multiple speakers. 

    3. For the first speaker, one line, and for the second speaker, two lines (at max).

  4. Closed Captions are currently available in the English language only.
  5. Closed Captions are not supported on lite mode, mobile, and iPad applications.
  6. Closed Captions work well with Screen Sharing and Stage Backdrop if applied.
  7. Closed Captions doesn't support any Pre-Recorded videos played & RTMP-based sessions.
  8. Closed Captions are not recorded and won’t appear when the recording plays.
  9. The transcript for closed captions is available on events dashboard.
    Read more: How to view "Transcripts" for you Airmeet session?

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