Have you ever found yourself struggling to understand an accent while watching something online or feel the sound just isn’t loud or clear enough? So, Live Captions in Google Chrome is exactly what you might need, as it was recently launched, it transcribes any audio that plays in real time on the web.
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.
As of now, the Live Caption feature works only for English, but support for more languages is likely to roll out soon.