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How to set up an event with Translate@Home

If your interpreters are working remotely, you'll need to set up your event with Translate@Home. For more general information about managing your event, see our tutorials on live stream management.

How to set up an event with AI captions

In this tutorial, you'll learn how to set up an event in Clevercast to live stream with AI-generated closed captions. For more details, see 'Getting started with closed captions in live streams' and our tutorials on live stream management.

How to use AI vocabulary

In this tutorial, you'll learn how Clevercast's AI captions can be modified with an AI vocabulary. A vocabulary lets you add terms (names, acronyms, industry jargon, technical phrases ...) that may appear in the live stream, so they will be correctly spelled. Learn more about how to use AI vocabulary in this video. For more info see the AI vocabulary tutorial.

How to use the corrector room

Live correctors can make corrections to (AI) captions before the captions are sent to the stream. Learn how to edit captions, use AI vocabulary and more. See our Correction Manual for a full overview.

How to embed the Clevercast player

Clevercast Player is embedded using an iframe, on your webiste or external platform. Find more details in our other tutorial, How to embed and configure the player?.

How to simulcast

Simulcasting lets you re-stream a live stream via RTMP to social media channels and other RTMP endpoints, like Twitch. Check out the tutorial below to learn how.

How to simulive stream

Simulive streaming works by streaming pre-recorded videos as if they were ‘real’ live streams at a scheduled time. If you have the opportunity to pre-record your event, there are many reasons to opt for a simulive stream. Learn how to set up, schedule and run a simulive stream in this tutorial.