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How to Setup Zoom for Bidirectional Translation

How to Setup Zoom for Bidirectional Translation

Spf.io now supports bidirectional translation in Zoom! This means you can support two languages speaking in your meeting, and you can show the translation of the spoken language in the bottom third of the screen. Here’s how to set it up. Note that this currently only...

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How to enable WebEx live captions and translations

How to enable WebEx live captions and translations

Getting WebEx live captions for your online event is easy with spf.io. With real-time transcription (and translation options!), you can make your online event accessible to a bigger audience. Follow this tutorial to learn how to get WebEx captioning and automatic...

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How to Setup Zoom for Bidirectional Translation

How to add a user to spf.io

Here is how to add a user to your team in spf.io, whether it’s a fellow administrator, translator, or operator. Note: You must have the ADMIN role assigned to you in order to have permissions to create other users. 1. Once you’ve logged into spf.io, click on Team in...

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Virtual Teleprompter with spf.io Overlays

Virtual Teleprompter with spf.io Overlays

It can be hard to have that sense of connection and energy when presenting on video conference calls and online presentations. Whether it's Zoom, WebEx, BlueJeans, or some other web conferencing software--after a while, it's draining to speak to a screen! But what if...

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How to Setup Zoom for Bidirectional Translation

How to setup for Interpreter Subtitling

Interpreter Subtitling is great for when you want to provide captions of your interpreter’s speech so they are easily accessible and visible within your conference calls. This makes interpretation even more convenient for your audience.   Requirements:...

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How to Setup Zoom for Bidirectional Translation

Setup Raw Captioner – Auto Caption ONLY

When you plan to use spf.io for automatic captioning, spf.io can release the captions word by word, something we call raw caption release. NOTE: This is only compatible when you plan to provide automatic captioning only--if you are doing Auto-Caption + Translate, you...

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