Once a Live event has been created, the Live Event Settings listed below can be edited for the Live Auto Captions up until 5 minutes prior to the scheduled start time.
Note: There may be additional settings dependent on the hosting platform.
Follow these steps to edit the Live Auto Captioning Settings...
- Navigate to 3Play Media's Live Auto Captioning module
- Select the scheduled Live Auto Captioning event.
- Click the Edit icon to adjust the Live Auto Captioning Settings
See below for more information regarding the different live auto captioning settings...
Event Start Time
The date and time when the event is intended to begin.
Target Maximum Delay
Drag the dial button to the right of the screen to increase the Target Maximum Delay and to the left of the screen to decrease the Target Maximum Delay in milliseconds. This sets a delay between the stream we receive and the captions we output. The more the delay, the more accurate the output.
Default Value: 5000ms
Please note: Do not delay the stream provided to us.
Filter Possibly Offensive Words
Select from the following options from the dropdown menu: None, Normal, High, or Strict to filter possibly offensive words.
Please contact your Account Manager for more information about this setting.
Event Wait Time
The amount of time in minutes for our system to wait after the scheduled Event Start Time. If there is no audio detected by the end of the Event Wait Time, the 3Play Live Auto Captioning event will stop.
Default Value: 30 minutes
Event Max Time
Enter the duration in minutes of the live event to be live auto captioned. Note that the event will automatically conclude once the live streaming stops however this should be thought of as a safety-net, auto-off feature should the broadcasting software continue streaming.
In addition to this being thought of as a safety-net, the event will also automatically end when the event reaches the assigned value so be sure that the Event Max Time will in fact be longer than the event itself.
Default Value: 480 minutes.
If enabled, the live stream will be saved as the source for the file after the event. This is useful if service upgrades are anticipated, e.g. to Transcription.
Note: This is only available for RTMP streams.
When an event is created the file name defaults to Live Stream at MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS AM/PM however the file name can be changed.
Default Naming Convention: Stream at MM/DD/YYYY HH:MM:SS AM/PM