To make your meetings accessible for everyone, you can subtitle them or automatically translate what is being said.
Here are the different steps to follow to add automatic subtitling to your Zoom meetings :
1 - Enabling subtitles on Zoom
Sign in and go to your account settings then in the advanced settings of your meeting to allow a third party to add closed captions. Once the captions are enabled, all you need to do is collect the API token.
2 - Automatic subtitling with Authôt Live
Log in to Authôt Live and create a New Live. In the advanced settings of your Live, paste the API token you retrieved in your Zoom Room. Validate the settings and start your Live.
3 - Changing the display of your subtitles on Zoom.
Zoom offers different display modes for your subtitles. To change it, click on the “Accessibility” tab in the video settings of your meeting.
4 - Manage the audio generated by the participants
In order to subtitle what the participants are saying, we advise you to create your meeting with a third party account (or an administrator account). Change the audio settings of your microphone (Stereo Mix) so that you can record every interaction.
The quality of your subtitles will greatly depend on the quality of the recording (poor microphone quality might damage the end-result of the transcription and/or translation) and your Internet bandwidth. We recommend a minimum upload speed of 5Mbit per second with a TCP.