Web Captioner lets you display open event captioning in your browser. Just bring a microphone.
Web Captioner needs permission to use your microphone or another audio input. It will only listen while this page is open and you are captioning.
You will see a red circle in the tab bar whenever Web Captioner is listening to your microphone or other audio input:
Connect a microphone or other input device to start using Web Captioner.
Allow Web Captioner to use the microphone in order to start captioning. If you don't see an Allow button near the top of the page right now, you might need to change an option in Chrome settings.
Copy chrome://settings/content/microphone into the location bar, hit enter, and remove webcaptioner.com if it got added to the block list. Then reload this page and try again.
vMix is a popular software video mixer and switcher. You can send text directly to vMix and display it in a title input. You can then use vMix's font and color controls to style captioned text. Visit the Help Center for more information.
The Web Captioner Connector extension enables your browser to send commands to vMix running on your computer or somewhere else on the network.
Could not connect. Check to make sure that vMix is running, web controller in vMix is enabled, and that the web controller address above is correct.
Recognize speech in another language.
English (United States)Afrikaans (South Africa)
Share captions live with anyone that visits your URL.
Replace or hide specific words or phrases during captioning.
Text size and line height are only approximate in this preview. Save and start captioning to see how your text looks with this layout.