Have you ever failed to recognise the accent when watching something on the internet, or felt the audio was too noisy or unclear? Then Google Chrome’s Live Captions feature might be just what you’re looking for. It’s a new service that transcribes any audio played on the network in real time.
To turn it on, go through the following steps:
- How to get Google Chrome’s Live Captions for every video
- Open Google Chrome on your desktop or laptop computer.
- On the right side of the screen, click the three-dot button.
- Go to the Settings menu.
- On the left page, go to the Advanced segment.
- Go to the Accessibility section from this section.
- Allow Live Captioning
Live Captions are available in Chrome browsers that are version 89 or higher. These captions appear in a pop-up window that can be rotated around and expanded at the bottom of a video. It will be available for all types of videos that users watch on Chrome, including those on Twitter, YouTube, and every other website. The Live Caption functionality is currently only available in English, although more languages are expected to be added shortly.