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 […]

Webex Audio Settings and Microphone Comparison

Webex Sound Settings and Microphone Comparison Here at T.E.A., we’re pretty convinced that as off-the-shelf video conferencing platforms go, Zoom is the best available for multilingual events. It has sophisticated sound filtering technology, a stable, intuitive interface, and most of all, allows for separate audio channels for simultaneous interpreting. However, many organizations and government institutions […]

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