Streaming Translation for your Web Event

When internationalizing your web event, there are two approach choices:

1)  Streaming Translation can be used with other web software, or
2)  Streaming Translation can be built into your own website

Streaming Translation with your software

For anyone giving an online webinar, training or conference Streaming Translation can be used to internationalize your web event in up to 40 languages – at the same time.  The internationalization feature (subtitles or voice) operates independently of whatever online display software you are using such as WebEx, GoToWebinar, and others.

 

The user opens your webinar or conference as usual.  Then,  “Command-N” to create a new window.  Click a link to take this new window to your Streaming Translation page.  That’s it!   The attendee chooses the preferred language to read (subtitles) or hear (translated voice), re-sizes the window, and places it below, above, or beside your event.

 

Note in the pictures to the right, that one option is to use the training materials in your language or training materials in the foreign language.

 

Streaming Translation with your web pages

Streaming Translation can easily be placed on your own website and your own web pages.  In this way, customize as often as you desire.  Customize the look of your Streaming Translation for every course so that harmonizes with the color scheme, your company colors, logo, background, and similar.  If you wish, pre-determine translations in advance for content then use Streaming Translation for improvisation and ad-lib conversation.

Streaming Translation is one line of code – called an “iFrame” code – that almost anyone can copy-paste into a normal web page.  When your users click a link to view translation, this little piece of code will turn into a bottom half of a web page where your audience can to choose to read LIVE subtitles or translated voice.

The top half of the page is your choice.  Stream a camera, video, images, slides… whatever suits your web event.  The translation – including in your language for the deaf or ESL – will appear on the lower half of the page.