Does the app translate the audio?
Can the interpreter pause the streaming of the translation?
Is there a Mute button?
What type of microphones or headsets does Interactio recommend?
Can we see how many people are listening to the stream?
Can we have multiple interpretations happening simultaneously?
How many language options can the app support at one time?
Do we need professional microphones?
What if the interpreter chooses to use traditional consoles?
No, the Interactio system only streams the audio. There must still be an actual interpreter. Interpreter can be onsite at the event or offsite in a remote location.
Yes, there is a “Mute” button in the computer app. To temporarily mute the audio stream, press and hold “Mute” button. When you release, the sound will resume. To mute the audio stream for a longer period of time, click and drag the button away. To turn off the constant mute simply repeat.
Yes – just press the letter “M” on your keyboard.
Pro microphones we recommend:
Connecting Pro Microphones to Computer
Shure X2U adapters (for quality sound)
USB to XLR cable for simple connection (with lower sound level)
Logitech H820e (only wireless)
Plantronics Blackwire 520
Plantronics Blackwire 725
Jabra BIZ 2400 II-series
Jabra Evolve 80
Yes. You can see the number of listeners on the computer app and on the management website.
Yes. Currently, we require 1 laptop per language.
The system can support an unlimited number of languages simultaneously.
Professional microphones are not necessary, but we recommend testing your microphone with our system to hear how the audio will sound to the listeners.
Interactio’s system can work alongside traditional interpretation consoles. The interpreter can use traditional mic which streams through interactio’s broadcaster and into the listeners’ phones.