Microsoft will enable you to set up your PowerPoint game next year. The company confirmed that it will add live captions and subtitles in PowerPoint in 2019. The United Nations International has named the new Persons with disabilities as a new feature.
This feature provides captions and subtitles for live presentations. The difficulty of deaf and hearing listening in the community enables them to read what is happening in the community. Moreover, you can display footnotes and captions in the same language or any other language, so that the local speakers can get the translation of the presentation.
The vowel recognition activity is automatically compatible based on content presented for accurate recognition of names and special terminology. Customizing the size, position and view of subtitles can also be customized.
Microsoft says it will support 12 spoken languages while loading this feature. Users can display screen captions or subtitles in one of the 60 supported languages.
Live Captions and Subtitles will start at PowerPoint by January 2015. This feature will be available to office 365 subscribers around the world for PowerPoint online in Windows 10 and Mac.
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