Convey video has the option to overlay open captions and translated text over a USB camera, a HDMI source, or a simple black background which can be keyed into other video systems. An Ethernet connection is required for translation services and should be connected to the LAN port.
There are 5 USB 3.0 ports on the Convey Video. A USB thumb drive can be used to store captured voice and text from a translation session. Convey Video accepts a USB microphone or USB mixer output, as well as HDMI audio.
- Real-time. Overcoming language barriers with real-time language translation
- AI based. Convey Video accepts a microphone or mixer input and uses the power of AI to instantly and continuously translate spoken word into on-screen
- Enhance learning experiences for live in-person presentations, trainings and web events.
- Expanding access of language translation for a wider array of events.
- Providing an alternative when live interpreters are not available or within scope of budget.
- Easily integrated into an array of video environments. Not confined to a single platform.
- 109 Languages. Increasing languages supported from 27 to 109 with dozens of new dialects.
- Enhanced archiving. Multiple enhancements including:
- Ability to capture any combination of audio input [MP3], video output with translations/captions [MP4], text captions [.txt] and translated text [.txt]
- Time coding of text captions and translated text.
- Court archiving. On screen clock display for easy review of captions and translations with official court recordings.
- HDMI audio input. Adds ability to translate HDMI audio input in addition to USB microphone. This allows for translation of far end audio from a web conference call.
- ASIO driver improvements. Increases compatibility with common DSP audio input sources.
- Variable translation settings. Fast, normal, and steady options allow for personalization of on-screen text updates.