The font support would be the biggest hurdle, but if you publish to your computer before pushing the presentation to Connect, then you should be able to get around it.
The CC function is for Adobe Presenter Video Creator. There is more information about using that here, Bridging the Closed Captioning Gap in Adobe Presenter 10 | RealEyes Media, and here, Automatically generated closed captions from Speech to Text with Adobe Presenter 10 - YouTube, and here, Presenter Help | Adobe Presenter Video Express (Windows & Mac). Have you tried placing Mandarin text in there? What was the result?
Your best option for CC in Presenter (PPT content) is to put in text boxes with your desired CC text and use the entrance/exit animations to have them come and go. have them cued on click and then sync the animations with the audio.
Thank you. I've tried to place mandarin text directly into the caption section, but Adobe does not read this text. It'll only pull out the english text for the CC, but doesn't show the mandarin subtitles.
Have you tried working with the SRT file instead of placing text in the application?
I have not attempted to use the SRT file yet.