Google says that this feature will allow Auto Livestream Captions to be available to all YouTube Content Creators, not just to the more than a thousand subscribers to YouTube Channels.
Among the new features mentioned are English and 12 other languages and Live Auto Captions, the ability to add multiple audio tracks to a video (and the ability to listen to video in multiple languages). The company has also introduced an enhanced Auto Translate Captions feature that supports mobile devices. Language support for Live and Auto Translate Captions will be available in more languages in the coming months, and Google says Multiple Audio Tracks will be more improvised in the coming quarter.
In addition, Google says it is considering discontinuing the subtitle editor feature. This means that other people will not be able to add subtitles to the video and only the channel that uploads the video will be able to do so in the future.