Oh, I misunderstood you, my bad. You can use the guide for all of those. The guide specifically is just a list of what is available. Like Live Caption works only specific Android Phones (but personally I love it for watching YT or Twitch videos on my phone when I don’t have a computer available).
I know for streaming many people use webcaptioner or google meet and have it set in the overlay. You can also use webcaptioner for no audience. The only real differences is how exactly you setup the software, which will differ per use. You could also use it to transcript your podcasts. The software don’t care what purpose you use them for, they just translate whatever sound is coming into the “microphone input.”
For example if you are streaming, you could set it up so that you are using web-captioner and put it on your overlay. You could also do that with the Google meet captions. If you have a windows computer and an android phone with the Your Phone app, you could use the Live Transcribe app on your twitch stream by sharing that in your overlay. All of those will work in private games as well.
I will likely make a followup guide that will go into details in specific setups. Currently I’m unsure on what to focus on in that aspect so if you have anything you would want details on, let me know. If you want help with your own setup DM me! I will do what I can.
For streaming live, my recommendation is to use zoom for the videos, and google meet for the captions. Webcaptioner doesn’t punctuate effectively, so it makes it difficult to follow along sometimes. But some captions are better than no captions! So if Webcaptioner is the best option for your group, then use that.
For private games, I also use Google meet if people agree to use it, otherwise I use Live Transcribe if I’m the only one who needs the captions since I can just pop it up on my phone or tablet.
Also, if you do alot of videoconferencing for work or other purposes, live captions are great for generating meeting notes for later.