Re-Speaking

Re-Typing

A technique in which a speaker listens to the original sound of a live programme or event and respeaks it, including punctuation marks and some specific features for the deaf and hard-of-hearing audience, to a speech recognition software, which turns the recognised utterances into subtitles or text displayed on the screen with the shortest possible delay.

A technique in which a Speech-to-Text Interpreter listens to the original sound of a live programme or event and types it, including punctuation marks and some specific features for the deaf and the hard-of-hearing audience, to a software, simultaneously turning them into subtitles or text displayed on the screen with the shortest possible delay.