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Bilingual YouTube Live subtitles with spf.io’s Language Switcher

Bilingual YouTube Live subtitles with spf.io’s Language Switcher

Getting YouTube Live subtitles is easy when you use spf.io. Whether you are looking to translate English to Spanish subtitles or a different language pair, spf.io can help! We support over 60 languages for automatic translation. Spf.io’s customizable captioner is...

How to change the displayed length of captions from spf.io

How to change the displayed length of captions from spf.io

The purpose of the caption endpoint integration in spf.io is to display captions or translations in other platforms, like Zoom or Youtube Live. By default, text sent from spf.io is displayed broken up into smaller fragments. This is by design to improve readability,...

Community-sourced translations and closed captions for YouTube videos

Community-sourced translations and closed captions for YouTube videos

Does Google currently offer crowdsourced, collaborative closed captions for YouTube? YouTube no longer offers the option to use crowdsourced captions, formerly called “Community Captions.” Many creators are struggling with how to get closed captions for YouTube videos...

Youtube Livestream + spf.io integration for captions and 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...

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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