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How to Save and Access Your Zoom Closed Captions History


Zoom Download Live Transcript: How to Use and Save Captions for Your Meetings and Webinars




Introduction




Zoom is one of the most popular video conferencing platforms that allows you to host and join online meetings, webinars, and events. Zoom also offers a variety of features that enhance your communication and collaboration, such as screen sharing, chat, breakout rooms, polls, reactions, and more.




zoom download live transcript



One of these features is Zoom download live transcript, which allows you to follow your call conversations easily by converting the speakers' audio into text captions. You can also save these captions for later reference or review.


In this article, we will explain what Zoom download live transcript is, why you should use it, how to enable it, how to use it while on a call, and how to save it for cloud recordings. By the end of this article, you will be able to use Zoom download live transcript effectively and efficiently for your meetings and webinars.


What is Zoom download live transcript?




Zoom download live transcript is a feature that automatically transcribes the audio of a meeting or webinar that you record to the cloud or join live. When enabled, the speakers' audio is converted as a text caption, for a better understanding of what is being said. The audio from all participants is captioned with their names and a timestamp but only visible to you. During the call, you can scroll back to view captions rendered earlier in the conversation. Each time transcription is turned on or off during the call, participants with this setting turned on will hear or see a warning of that change.


Zoom download live transcript is only available in English at this time. You need to have a free account, Pro, Business, or Enterprise account, and have the closed captioning feature enabled by your admin. You also need to have the latest version of the Zoom desktop client or mobile app.


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Why use Zoom download live transcript?




Zoom download live transcript can benefit you in many ways, such as:



  • It can help you improve your comprehension and retention of the information discussed in the meeting or webinar.



  • It can help you overcome any language barriers or accents that may affect your understanding of the speakers.



  • It can help you accommodate any hearing impairments or environmental noises that may interfere with your listening.



  • It can help you review or recap the key points or action items from the meeting or webinar.



  • It can help you create notes, summaries, reports, or transcripts based on the captions.



How to enable Zoom download live transcript?




To use Zoom download live transcript, you need to enable it first from your phone settings. You can do this from your desktop client or mobile app. Here are the steps:


For Windows or macOS users





  • Sign in to the Zoom desktop client.



  • On the top right, click on your profile picture or name initials.



  • Click Settings.



  • In the Settings window, click Phone.



  • Under Live transcript settings, select Automatically start Live Transcript when in a call.



For Android or iOS users





  • Sign in to the Zoom mobile app.



How to use Zoom download live transcript while on a call




Once you have enabled Zoom download live transcript, you can use it while on a call, either as a host or a participant. You can also turn it on or off, view, scroll, and resize the transcript window, and change the font size and color of the captions. Here are the steps:


For Windows or macOS users




How to enable or disable transcription of the conversation





  • Join or start a meeting or webinar.



  • On the bottom right, click Live Transcript.



  • In the Live Transcript menu, select Enable Auto-Transcription to turn it on, or Disable Auto-Transcription to turn it off.



How to view, scroll, and resize the transcript window





  • On the bottom right, click Live Transcript.



  • In the Live Transcript menu, select View Full Transcript to open the transcript window.



  • In the transcript window, you can see the captions of the speakers' audio with their names and timestamps.



  • You can scroll up or down to view previous or current captions.



  • You can drag the edges of the transcript window to resize it.



  • You can click on the X icon on the top right to close the transcript window.



For Android or iOS users




How to enable or disable transcription of the conversation





  • Join or start a meeting or webinar.



  • On the top right, tap More.



  • In the More menu, tap Live Transcript.



  • In the Live Transcript menu, tap Enable Auto-Transcription to turn it on, or Disable Auto-Transcription to turn it off.



How to view and scroll the transcript window





  • On the top right, tap More.



  • In the More menu, tap Live Transcript.



  • In the Live Transcript menu, tap View Full Transcript to open the transcript window.



  • In the transcript window, you can see the captions of the speakers' audio with their names and timestamps.



  • You can scroll up or down to view previous or current captions.



  • You can tap Done on the top left to close the transcript window.



How to save Zoom download live transcript for cloud recordings




If you are a host and you record your meeting or webinar to the cloud, you can also save Zoom download live transcript as an audio transcript file. You can then access, download, edit, and share this file from your Zoom account. Here are the steps:


How to enable audio transcription for cloud recordings





  • Sign in to your Zoom web portal.



  • In the navigation menu, click Settings.



  • In the Settings tab, click Recording.



  • Under Cloud recording settings, enable Audio transcript by toggling it on.



How to access and download the audio transcript file





  • Sign in to your Zoom web portal.



  • In the navigation menu, click Recordings.



  • Select a meeting or webinar that has been recorded to the cloud and has audio transcription enabled.



  • Under Audio transcript section, you can see a .vtt file that contains your captions. You can play it online by clicking Play or download it by clicking Download. You can also download all files by clicking Download All Files (ZIP).



How to edit the audio transcript file





  • Sign in to your Zoom web portal.



  • In the navigation menu, click Recordings.



  • Select a meeting or webinar that has been recorded to the cloud and has audio transcription enabled.



  • Under Audio transcript section, click Edit next to your .vtt file. This will open an online editor where you can modify your captions.



  • You can use the playback controls on the bottom left to play, pause, rewind, fast forward, and adjust volume of your recording. You can also use keyboard shortcuts such as spacebar for play/pause and arrow keys for rewind/fast forward.



  • You can use the search bar on the top right to find specific words or phrases in your captions. You can also filter by speaker name by clicking on their initials on the left side of each caption line.



the start time and end time of each caption line by dragging the blue handles on the timeline below.


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