For an international congress I have been tasked with organising translations.
Speakers will host presentations in different languages.
The translating bit itself seemed to be resolved, but we would like to be able to project the translations as a subtitling on a projection screen.
In effect, when a speaker says a sentence, a translator will use a speech-to-text conversion to obtain a written, translated text.
Then we would like to use a tool that can project this text (live copy and paste by the translator) onto a screen.
Most tools (like subtivals, gnome-subtitle, etc) are focused around creating *.srt files that than can be used to be played alongside a video. This is not what we are looking for, as it requires creating the srt-file first and then projecting it. We'd want to be able to project subtitles as the speaker is doing his presentation.
I'd be grateful for any pointers, thoughts, work-arounds that the community might offer!