How to create caption in Premiere pro?
Currently we can simply add captions by going into the project panel, hitting the new item icon and selecting captions. This creates a captions layer in the timeline. You can drag it to make it longer or shorter. If you then open up the captions menu from the windows menu you can see the text field and the timecodes of the caption.
The hateful thing about this is that you have to manually listen to your sentence, tap the plus icon, write your text, make sure that it’s the proper length and repeat that over and over again.
How to use speech to text in premiere pro?
There is a brand new feature in Adobe Premiere Pro. It’s currently available for a limited amount of people through a closed bèta. But soon it will be available for everyone through the open bèta version.
We’ve had the opportunity to test it and it works amazingly well! The feature brings a brand new panel to Premiere, the text panel, here you have two subpanels. Transcript and Captions. From the transcription subpanel you can easily press a single button and it will automatically turn all the spoken audio from your timeline to text. You can choose your language, the amount of speakers and if there any mistakes you can easily alter these manually.
Once you’re all done, you can create captions from this panel. This will create a new track in your timeline. This is a special track that is only for subtitles / captions. With this new feature also comes a better way to stylize your captions. This can be done from the essential graphics panel now. You can even save your style so that you can re-use it later.
Learn more about premiere pro and captions
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