I read those articles before I posted this question. They do not provide enough information to answer my questions.
The audio transcript article states “The transcript is divided into sections, each with a timestamp that shows how far into the recording that portion of the text was recorded.”
Closed captions are also divided into sections, each with a timestamp that shows how far into the recording that portion of the text was recorded.
Here is an example caption taken from a caption VTT file from a Zoom cloud recording:
00:00:10.000 --> 00:00:16.000
Here is a caption
For closed captions, the captions are created by meeting participants through the Zoom clients or a 3rd party captioning service. Nowhere in the audio transcript article does it mention how it is created, only that users get an email saying their transcript is ready after the cloud recording is ready.
I am not an admin of a Business, Education, or Enterprise account, so I can’t test to determine the difference between an audio transcript file and a closed captions file. As far as I know, the two files contain the same data.
Does this help clarify what information I’m looking for?