Google recently launched a feature known as Live Captions, which is the feature available on Android devices only, at the moment, as the Live Captions feature was announced earlier this year during the company’s Google I / O developer conference, but the company did not reveal the date of the release. .
Live Caption feature
This feature makes video calls easier by reducing barriers to holding meetings between users of different hearing capabilities, regardless of whether they participate in person or remotely. Live Captions are only available to English language users, and if you are in a meeting you should put in Keep in mind that when Live Captions is enabled it will be visible on that specific device, which means that any meeting participant must turn the feature on from their device to see it as well.
Here are the steps that you must follow to run it:
1. Open Google Chrome on your desktop or PC.
2. Click the three dots icon on the right side of the screen.
3. Open settings.
4. Click on the Advanced section on the left side.
5. From this section, open the Accessibility section.
6. Run Live Caption
It is reported that Chrome browsers that run on Chrome version 89 or higher come with support for Live Captions, and these captions appear in a pop-up window, they can be moved below the video, and they can be extended, and users will be able to use it for all types of videos they watch on Chrome, including those Found on Twitter, YouTube, and any webpage.