Adding Closed Captions to an Amazon IVS Live Stream

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  • OBS-captions-plugin

    Closed Captioning OBS plugin using Google Speech Recognition

    The solution that we will look at in this post will focus on broadcasting to an Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS) live stream from OBS Studio. OBS doesn't offer native support for captioning, but there are a number of plugins available that can perform the necessary speech to text conversion and publish the captions to an RTMP stream in the CEA-708/EIA-608 format that is supported by Amazon IVS. For this demo, I've chosen to use the OBS-captions-plugin by ratwithacompiler (GitHub and plugin page). To get started with this plugin, download it and install it. Once you've got it installed in OBS, click on Docks and make sure the Captions dock is enabled.

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    Power Real-Time Data Analytics at Scale. Get real-time insights from all types of time series data with InfluxDB. Ingest, query, and analyze billions of data points in real-time with unbounded cardinality.

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  • obs-studio

    OBS Studio - Free and open source software for live streaming and screen recording

    The solution that we will look at in this post will focus on broadcasting to an Amazon Interactive Video Service (Amazon IVS) live stream from OBS Studio. OBS doesn't offer native support for captioning, but there are a number of plugins available that can perform the necessary speech to text conversion and publish the captions to an RTMP stream in the CEA-708/EIA-608 format that is supported by Amazon IVS. For this demo, I've chosen to use the OBS-captions-plugin by ratwithacompiler (GitHub and plugin page). To get started with this plugin, download it and install it. Once you've got it installed in OBS, click on Docks and make sure the Captions dock is enabled.

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