Remote simultaneous interpretation of events with different floor languages

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 13/01/2021
The automatic floor audio volume adjustment of Translate@Home (T@H) makes it easy to do Remote Simultaneous Interpretation (RSI) of events with different floor languages. This makes T@H a great solution for multilingual live streaming of events, presentations and conferences with remote interpretation to a worldwide audience. To start, make sure that automatic floor audio volume […]
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Dynamic floor audio volume in remotely translated languages (T@H)

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 11/01/2021
The ‘floor audio volume in translated languages’ setting of Clevercast Translate@Home (T@H) determines how the floor audio volume in translated languages is modified. Manual adjustment lets you maximize the volume of the floor audio when there is no translation, for example during a musical intermezzo. By using automatic adjustment, you can let Clevercast automatically maximize […]
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Multilingual live streams using StreamYard, Restream, Lightstream…

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 28/12/2020
In-browser studios are an easy way to broadcast a professional looking live stream without requiring an encoder and advanced knowledge about streaming. You can start broadcasting immediately, without having to install software like OBS Studio, Wirecast or vMix. You don’t need to know all about input devices and broadcast protocols. Some well known examples are StreamYard, […]
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Multilingual Pseudo-Live Streaming Guide

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 21/12/2020
This guide shows how to set up a multilingual live event for pseudo-live streaming. This allows you to stream an existing multilingual video as if it were a live stream. Viewers will not see any difference between a pseudo-live stream and a real live stream. Since this is a multilingual live stream, viewers will be […]
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Create a multilingual Video on-Demand by uploading mp3 files

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 21/12/2020
This guide shows how to create a multilingual Video on-Demand (VoD) item which can be embedded into your site, allowing viewers to select their preferred language in the player. This is done by uploading a single language video item and adding MP3 file for the translated languages. After all files have been uploaded to Clevercast, […]
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Record and publish multilingual Video on-Demand items

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 21/12/2020
Clevercast can automatically make a server-side recording of your multilingual live stream, so it becomes available for download afterwards. The recording can also be used to publish a multilingual Video on-Demand (VoD) which can be embedded into your site: this lets viewers select their preferred language in the player, in the same way as they do […]
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How to broadcast simultaneously translated live streams to external platforms

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 29/11/2020
If you use Clevercast to broadcast a multilingual live stream, you can also configure it to simulcast the separate language streams to external platforms (for example YouTube, Facebook, Twitter …). Clevercast will use the highest video resolution set for your event and merge it with the audio stream of a particular language. The resulting live […]
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SRT single and multi-language broadcasts (vMix, Makito, OBS)

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 24/11/2020
The Secure Reliable Transport (SRT) protocol is a relatively recent open source streaming protocol, promoted by the SRT Alliance of which Clevercast is a member. It includes mechanisms for packet recovery while maintaining low latency between encoder and ingest server. It is therefore particularly suited for long-distance and high-quality broadcasting across unreliable and unpredictable networks […]
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Simulcast translated live streams to YouTube, Facebook, Twitter …

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 08/11/2020
Apart from live streaming multilingual video in its own player, Clevercast also supports broadcasting simultaneously translated live streams to third party platforms that don’t support multilingual video (like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter …). This way, Clevercast Translate@Home allows you to broadcast a regular live stream to Clevercast – with a single video and audio stream – […]
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Pseudo-Live Streaming for Webinars

  • Posted by Clevercast
  • On 02/11/2020
This guide shows how to configure a webinar for pseudo-live streaming. This allows you to stream an existing video as if it were a live stream. Viewers will not see any difference between a pseudo-live webinar and a real live webinar. Clevercast Enterprise and Clevercast Learning also support pseudo-live streaming. The method is largely the same, […]
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