YouTube says its auto livestream captions are actually accessible for all creators


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YouTube has introduced that its computerized livestream captions ought to now be accessible for all creators, as an alternative of being restricted to channels with greater than 1,000 subscribers like they have been throughout the function’s preliminary rollout. This modification, together with some future enhancements the corporate particulars in its weblog, ought to assist make the platform extra accessible to deaf or hard-of-hearing folks.

A few of these updates embrace making dwell auto captions accessible to 12 extra languages as an alternative of simply English (together with Japanese, Turkish, and Spanish), the flexibility so as to add a number of audio tracks to a video to help a number of languages (and audio descriptions for these with restricted eyesight), and the enlargement of the auto-translate captions function to…

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