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Add Closed Captions Through Chrome Settings
Add Closed Captions Through Chrome Settings

Just go to your Chrome settings and enable Live Captions

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Written by Ariane Ramirez
Updated over a week ago

Integrate Closed Captions

Adding closed captioning to your session allows attendees to read what the speakers are saying, which can benefit your hearing-impaired audience. With Accelevents, you can integrate a 3rd party closed captioning platform through the iframe feature. Click here to learn more about adding closed captioning to your session.

However, if you don't have a closed captioning service added to your event, your attendees can still add closed captioning through their Chrome browser.

Enable Closed Captions through Chrome Settings

  • Open Chrome

  • Click the 3 dot menu on the upper right corner of the browser

  • Select Settings

  • Click Advanced

  • Select Accessibility

  • Enable Live Caption

Once this is enabled, any audio in English from the Chrome browser tab will be captured in the closed captioning.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can this feature capture other languages?

  • No, right now it's only in English.

Can I set it so that all my attendees can see the closed captions?

  • No, the attendee has to enable the feature in their own Chrome settings to make it work for them.

Will it capture the audio coming from a pre-recorded session?

  • Yes, as long as it's in English.

Will the closed captioning work if they are watching the replay?

  • Yes

Can the closed captioning box be moved around?

  • Yes, just drag it to move it.

Can the font size be adjusted?

  • Yes, that can be adjusted in the same area where you enabled the live caption, just click Caption Preferences

Other Closed Captioning Options

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