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Frequently Asked Questions
Download & Install
Simply put, this is for the overlay technology to function properly.
We recommend you keep AppData as the default install location.
Typebot is currently only available for Microsoft Windows.
We are working on a Mac version and are looking to develop a version for Android.
This is known as a false positive, and is a harmless mistake by your anti-virus provider whenever it believes an ordinary program contains malicious code.
Should this problem occur whenever using Typebot, add an exception for Typebot in your anti-virus software.
Read articles related to adding exceptions for various anti-virus providers below.
We have a minimum donation amount in place to prevent credit card scammers from using our payment gateway to test stolen credit cards.
Yes. Typebot needs to communicate with its server via the Internet to be able to process speech to text.
This means you are using a beta version, where some features are not yet available.
Typebot does not support all languages.
The following languages are currently supported:
We are continously adding new languages to our speech-to-text engine.
How do I control sound volume when using Typebot to caption desktop audio? The CABLE-INPUT slider does nothing.
Whenever you wish to increase or lower the volume of your sound source, you must select it in the playback devices dropdown list.
For instance, if the playback device currently in use as your audio source is Speakers (Realtek Audio), you must switch from CABLE INPUT to Speakers (Realtek Audio) and adjust the volume slider.
Remember to switch back to CABLE INPUT when you are done adjusting the volume. Otherwise, Typebot may not be able to listen to your desktop audio.
Click on the 🔊 Volume control icon, and change audio source from
Cable Input to Speakers (Realtek Audio) or any other audio unit you use to play sound.
Simply put, this likely means there has been a reset in the communication between Typebot and the server.
If Typebot suddenly stops producing subtitles/text for you, simply restart Typebot and apply the same settings as you had when this problem occurred. Doing this should fix the problem. If it doesn’t, please contact us.
Please allow some time for Typebot to make the switch between audio sources.
However, if the problem persists, go to Profile and turn Typebot off and on again while making sure that the audio source you want to use is selected.
Uninstall and reinstall Typebot, but this time, do not change the default installation path.
By not installing Typebot into the AppData folder, problems may occur with the real-time overlay functionality of the application.
This usually occurs in the following scenarios:
- People are talking over each other, making it hard for Typebot to keep up.
- People are switching between languages
Automatic language detection is currently not a feature in Typebot.
To make it easy for Typebot to produce high quality captions, read this.
Press CTRL+ALT+Delete, and open Task Manager to see if multiple instances of Typebot are running.
If yes, right click and terminate each instance and try to start the program again.