russelljd wrote:You can switch your language on LDS.org to the language that is being spoken. So for instance, if the speaker is speaking Spanish, you can change your LDS.org language to Spanish which will cause the Spanish stream to come through. The Spanish stream doesn't have any voiceover on it (since the original content is in Spanish) and then you can turn on English Closed Captions in the player if you wish.
Did it once during the afternoon session. There was a link just below the picture to switch to the native language (Spanish).
The only drawback is that the stream was very slow to start in Spanish, so we missed the beginning of the talk.
And at the end, there was no link to go back to English, so I had to change the lang=spa to lang=eng part of the URL. And once again, the English stream would not load on the first two attempts, so we missed part of the next talk.
All in all, it was an interesting experiment, though, especially if the Conference Center was seeing the closed captions at the same speed I was seeing them. They got way behind several times, and then you had to read really fast as they caught up again.
I can envision two laugh cycles in the Conference Center, one for those who understand the language, and another about 15 seconds later when the closed captioning got to the punch line.