As on the speaker interface, the viewer of your live event can at any time choose the language he wants to hear via the interpreter, or not hear the interpreter by staying on the "floor" channel. The audio channel selection is located in the same ...
When connecting to the room, the performer has to choose his audio source, he does not appear in video on the live. Once validated, the interpreter should click on "start interpretation." Then, its interface focuses here: The audio out is the ...
Add an interpreter and activate multilingual
1) Add an interpreter Go to your settings and then to collaborator. Click on new and enter the information of your collaborator. Then select the "interpreter" role as below. Then select the languages to be interpreted as below. You can add as ...
With multilingual enabled in your room, your speakers will have to choose a language when they connect with their mic/webcam as below: Once they have selected their language using the drop-down menu, they will still be able to change it in real ...
When multilingual is enabled, a category appears in your cloud control panel. This category allows you to see the interpreters in your room and the language they are translating in real time, with the option to pause or disconnect them. Connected ...