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Transcription

What is the Transcription Tool?

The online transcription tool allows users to read and follow a transcript while watching any on-demand video. Users can search the transcript, jump to searched words, and click on links connected to time codes within the transcription page.

How to use the Transcription Tool:

To use, scroll down to the transcription tool below the video player, and click the “Transcript” tab to create and access the transcript.

Once the transcript is created, you can play the video while following along on the transcript or click on specific time codes to jump to those clips in the video player.

You can also search for specific words by typing them in the “Find words…” search bar in the top right corner.

Note: Transcription can aid in finding and sharing clips with the clipping/sharing tool by simply noting the time codes from the transcript and typing them in the “Start At” & “Stop At” functions under the Share tab to generate a sharable link or embed code.


Pool Feeds

What are the Capitol pool feeds?

There are two video feeds that terminate in the State Capitol Press Room: the State Assembly and the State Senate. The function is to feed the two televisions in the room, as well as provide a feed for broadcasters.

How to Use the WisconsinEye Capitol pool feeds:

WisEye Pool 1 – Senate Feed
This is a 1080i branded feed used to feed an AJA breakout box. Each box is configured as follows and is located at floor level, just under the WisEye TVs.

Input | 1080i HD-SDI
Output 1 | Composite breakout to feed the TV in the room
Output 2 | 1080i HD-SDI output for media

WisEye Pool 2 – Assembly Feed
This is a 1080i branded feed used to feed an AJA breakout box. Each box is configured in this manner. and is located at the floor level, just under the WisEye TVs.

Input | 1080i HD-SDI input
Output 1 | Composite breakout to feed the TV in the room
Output 2 | 1080i HD-SDI output for media


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