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Jim Collins
Closed Captioning Question
on Aug 11, 2013 at 8:00:21 pm

I created a Closed Captioning .scc file in PP CC. I've rendered the sequence with Closed Captioning. How do you get Closed Captioning into Encore to get it on a DVD?

Thanks in advance!!

Jim Collins


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Ricky Barrow
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Aug 12, 2013 at 12:17:08 pm

Encore will accept the .scc file for "Closed Captions". If you wish them to be subtitles as well then they must be in a .txt formatted file saved in UTF-8 format. When inside of Encore click on the video track (on a PC you may need to Alt click on video track and select the proerties tab and browse for the .scc file

Ricky


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Jim Collins
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Aug 12, 2013 at 3:54:32 pm

Ricky -

Thanks for your response. When I try to import the .scc file I get the following error message (I had to look at all files *.* - not just normally importable ones). I checked on Adobe.com and didn't find any help with this.



I also tried right clicking and alt+clicking (and right clicking)and could not attach the .scc file to the video clip.

Any other ideas?

Thanks!

Jim Collins


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Ricky Barrow
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Aug 12, 2013 at 4:07:38 pm

I will be happy to look at the .scc file - please email it to me at rbarrow@umcom.org if you would like for me to try it out.

Ricky


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Ricky Barrow
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Aug 12, 2013 at 4:25:24 pm

A .scc file should be a very small file and when opened in something like "Notepad" will liekly look similar to this:
Scenarist_SCC V1.0

00:00:01;21 9420 9476 9137 206d 7573 e9e3 2080 9137 942c 8080 8080 8080 8080 8080 942f

00:00:12;27 9420 13f4 97a2 c2c1 c2c2 4945 20cd c1d3 4fce ba80 9452 c4ef 2079 ef75 20e5 76e5 f220 73f4 f275 6767 ece5 20f7 e9f4 6880 9470 97a2 64ef 7562 f473 2c20 f175 e573 f4e9 ef6e 7320 eff2 20f7 eff2 f2e9 e573 bf80 942c 8080 8080 8080 8080 8080 942f

00:00:16;20 9420 13f2 97a2 57e5 a776 e520 61ec ec20 62e5 e56e 20f4 68e5 f2e5 2c80 9452 97a1 6861 76e5 6ea7 f420 f7e5 bf20 c1ec f468 ef75 6768 20f7 e580 9470 9723 64ef 6ea7 f420 6861 76e5 2061 ecec 20f4 68e5 2061 6e73 f7e5 f273 2c80 942c 8080 8080 8080 8080 8080 942f

ETC - ETC ..... and the Adone Encore subtitle .TXT file will look like this:
00:00:02:08 00:00:14:12 § music §
00:00:14:17 00:00:18:08 BABBIE MASON:
Do you ever struggle with
doubts, questions or worries?
00:00:18:13 00:00:23:00 We've all been there,
haven't we? Although we
don't have all the answers,

Hope this helps you solve the issue if you are unable to send me the file(s).

Ricky


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Jon Melton
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Nov 1, 2013 at 9:56:47 pm

If you create a timeline, put the video track in the timeline, then click on the video track in the timeline, in the "properties" tab there should be a "Closed Caption" area where you can "Browse" for the file. You cannot import the .scc file into the project.


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Ricky Barrow
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Nov 2, 2013 at 12:48:51 pm

U may need 2 alt+click (or some function like that) to make the "browse for scc file" field appear in the properties tab

Ricky


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Robert Nitko
Re: Closed Captioning Question
on Aug 20, 2014 at 7:46:51 pm

Hi.

I don't know if this ever got resolved. I work with Adobe Premiere Pro CC and do a lot of captioning for my deaf audience so this is my bread and butter. I can make this captioning work for computers with Quicktime and WMV files however I haven't had any luck getting the DVD player/tv to display the captions.
I followed your directions after exporting the .scc file from Premiere then opening Encore importing the assets to a new timeline, clicking on the video and the tab to the right shows the captioning piece. I browse for my .scc file attach it and save the project.
I then burn the dvd insert it into the tv and bam nothing. Someone please help!! Or make a video on line with DETAILED instructions so we all can get this right.

Thanks in advance.
Bob


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