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Microsoft Edge Will Soon Support Real-Time Video Translation on YouTube and Other Websites


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Edge Will Soon Support Real-Time Video Translation on
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and Other Websites

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Edge will soon support real-time translation of videos on several platforms, the company announced on Tuesday (May 21). It was announced just a day after the company introduced its Copilot+ PCs, which are also capable of translating pre-recorded as well as live videos in real-time. Leveraging generative AI,
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says the upcoming feature can not only translate captions on
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Edge but also dub videos in the viewer’s native language – all in real time.

According to an official blog

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, the real-time video translation feature will be able to translate spoken content in the form of captions as well as dubbing. It is aimed at making videos accessible to a wider range of people, especially to those with disabilities.
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says the feature is currently able to translate English to five languages – Hindi, *******, Spanish, Russian, and Italian. Furthermore, it can also translate Spanish to English.

The real-time video translation feature is also capable of translating videos on platforms such as

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, Coursera, and LinkedIn. News websites such as CNBC, Reuters, MoneyControl and Bloomberg will also support this feature. According to
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, the translation of the content happens on-device with no cloud-based processing involved, which means “no segment of the video or audio content ever exits the machine”.

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Edge gives a glimpse of how this feature might work. Once it is rolled out, a new Translate Video option will appear at the top of the video. Users can select the language the video is in, with options such as English, *******, Spanish, Italian, Hindi, and Russian, and then select the output language.

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Edge gives a glimpse of how this feature might work. The first-time use will involve the installation of the language translation model by Edge. Then, a new Translate Video option will appear at the top of the video. Users can select the language the video is in, with options such as English, *******, Spanish, Italian, Hindi, and Russian, and then select the output language.

A choice will then be offered – whether to provide subtitles or audio. The subtitle option will provide captions in the chosen language, while selecting the audio option will offer a dubbing of the video, after a few seconds of processing. While the exact timeline of the rollout of the video translation feature has not been announced,

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says that it will soon add support for more languages as well as websites.


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