How To Use PlayStation’s Chat Transcription Accessibility Feature – SlashGear
The PlayStation 5 offers quite a comprehensive suite of accessibility features. They’re accessed via the Accessibility menu from the main Settings. Chat Transcription can be found in this menu alongside options such as closed captions and mono audio. Here’s how to set it up on this powerful console:
Select Accessibility from the Settings menu.
Scroll to Chat Transcription.
Toggle the feature from the Enable Chat Transcription setting.
Select a voice from the Voice Type menu.
This function is used during voice chat sessions. To begin one:
1. Open the Game Base.
2. Select Friends.
3. Find the friend or friends you’d like to start the session with, then press Party.
The transcription language can be set using the Language tab. With that, users can select Say Something to have the text they input spoken to their fellow players. They will, in turn, have their spoken word appear as text in the party’s chat box if they also have Chat Transcription enabled.
As the PlayStation 4 User’s Guide notes, the process is slightly different on Sony’s previous-gen system. Here, PS4 Second Screen must be downloaded (for Android or iPhone), and the app in question linked with the console. From there, Second Screen and Party must be selected on the device to begin chats with transcription.
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