Earlier this fall, Zoom announced the rollout of Sign Language interpretation on version 5.12.0 of its desktop client. The release notes’ bare bones text, however, provided only a basic description of what the feature allows hosts to do without actually outlining how to operate the feature. After a few days experimenting with this new feature, […]
Zoom’s Language Interpretation for Meeting Hosts: Beyond the Basics
Last fall I created a how-to guide for a client who wanted to build up their institutional knowledge on setting up and running Zoom meetings with simultaneous interpretation enabled. It addresses common issues and solutions in greater depth than Zoom’s official guidance, for example, how to modify interpretation during an active meeting (without shutting the […]
What does a mixer do?
Have you seen posts on social media talking about audio mixers being used with Remote Simultaneous Interpreting platforms? Here’s a simple view of what these nifty devices do. Instead of swapping headphones and earbuds to listen to two different “channels” or audio streams, this mixer allows you to funnel all of those audio streams through […]