Google has added new features to YouTube Live to enrichments YouTuber engagements with his or her channel subscribers. The best of which is putting up live automatic captioning, something that will go a long way in making YouTube Live streams more accessible.
Live streaming is growing popular across most major social network platforms, and YouTube is fighting to become the defacto platform for all your live streams. They are therefore going around the clock to roll out features that will make it more rewarding for YouTuber to reach out to their audiences.
YouTube began auto-captioning the regular videos from since 2009. However, for live stream videos, the YouTubers have been providing the captioning by themselves. YouTube has now decided to step up and fill the void.
The company says its live automatic speech recognition (LASR) technology enables “error rates and latency approaching industry standards.” YouTube as the roll our of auto-captioning for live streaming videos, they will next put all their efforts in improving the accuracy and latency.
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