June 26, 2020

Captions! how to Import, Edit, and Export them

In this series, we will go over; importing, editing, and exporting captions in Adobe Premiere Pro.

An Intro Into Captions

Captions have become a necessity. But how and where do you start? You can use sites like rev.com to generate captions for a small price. Or you can use YouTube's auto-generated captions and further edit them in Premiere Pro.

Import Settings & Importing Captions in Premiere Pro

In this video, we discuss premier pro caption import settings. Enabling captions in the preview panel. And ways to import captions into the project panel.

Closed Captions vs Open Captions

In this video, we examine the differences between Closed Captions and Open Captions. The functions they serve and where they are commonly used.

Editing Captions & 'Streams' in Premiere Pro

In this video, we briefly talk about editing captions in premiere pro. Tools available in the caption panel. Different customization options for Closed Captions and Open Captions. We also take a look at the broadcasting standard like CEA-608 and CEA-708.

Clearing Cache in Premiere Pro

A common problem occurs when working with captions in Adobe Premiere Pro. When changes are not reflected in the Preview panel. It's time to clear the Cache. Let's go over the step by step process to clear your premiere pro cache.

Exporting Captions in Premiere Pro

Alright, you have your captions imported, edited, and synced. It's time to export your captions. You can; export your captions as a sidecar file, burn captions into the video and embed captions into the video.

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