After a long livestream, it can be useful to review the content with a protocol. Fortunately, you don't have to take notes at all, because the automatically generated subtitles archive what was said directly in writing. In order to receive this automatic protocol, your livestream must be available as VOD, i.e. recorded (note in the fourth step when setting up the livestream!).
If this is the case, go via MEDIA - VOD ELEMENTS to the desired video and in the tabs below to "SUBTITLES". If you have not yet activated subtitles for your livestream, press "TRANSCRIBE" here to have the subtitles transcribed automatically afterwards.
After a short time or if you had already activated the subtitles, the subtitles will appear here as and you can access them via "MANAGE".
After clicking on "MANAGE" you have different options what you can do with the subtitles. Since you are interested in a protocol, you download the subtitles via "DOWNLOAD .TXT" as a TXT file (pure text). In this TXT file you will find the automatically created speech protocol of your session.
Now you can use this in different ways. For example, you can send it to the stream participants so they can read it again. But you can also ask ChatGPT to create a summary of the protocol. It could look like this:
Now you copy the text from the TXT file and paste it into ChatGPT. For example, I have now pasted the minutes of a session opening of the Lower Saxony state parliament, and ChatGPT has then summarized it like this: