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Microsoft adds in-game chat transcription for Windows 10 and Xbox One
16 March 2017, 3:08 pm



Microsoft wants to make it easier for gamers to understand each other’s inappropriate ramblings during intense multiplayer sessions. The company recently announced a public beta release of a new game chat transcription feature for Xbox One and Window 10 PCs.

Chat transcription doesn’t create an archived record of all the insults you hurled at gdogg23’s mother last Friday. Instead, it provides a real-time display of chat comments using a speech-to-text engine. Chat transcription also goes the other way, taking typed chat and turning it into speech. There are three voices to choose from for those going text-to-speech. The voices are from Windows 10’s built-in text-to-speech feature including David, Mark, and Zira.

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