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Update on using captions with video meetings after 8 weeks of use


Mary Beth
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My captioning recommendations:

Google Meet is free. Just set up a gmail account.  Works on all devices.  Anyone can turn on captions.  Captions are labeled by speaker’s name.  Downside is poor video quality.

Zoom using InnoCaption+ to phone in audio (see link below).  This option only applies to people in the US due to how InnoCaption is funded.

TEAMS - some versions have free captions, some don’t. 

When the above don’t work...set up video to play out of speakers.  Use a second device to run a free speech to text app (LiveTranscribe on Android or Otter.ai on iPhone).

 

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Remember, it can be very helpful to use the Artone BT neckloop during video meetings for improved audio and true hands free meeting.

Link to Artone info:

http://www.handsonhearing.com/user-review-on-artone-3-max-bluetooth-neckloop/

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