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Dale Holman Wallace
Way to import block text into Premiere Pro captioning?
on Mar 26, 2018 at 2:12:37 pm

Hi there,

I've got a transcript of a film in Microsoft Word that I'm looking to use to create subtitles for the film inside Premiere Pro.

Is there a way I can import the entirety of the text into the captioning system and then break it up line-by-line once it's inside? At the moment, I'm having to copy and paste a line in, then press the '+' icon, then copy and paste the next line in, and so on and so on... It's pretty arduous work!

It would be great if there was a system whereby I could get all the text into Premiere, then separate lines as I saw fit.

Thanks,

Dale


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Chris Borjis
Re: Way to import block text into Premiere Pro captioning?
on Mar 27, 2018 at 5:06:22 pm
Last Edited By Chris Borjis on Mar 27, 2018 at 5:07:40 pm

My go to way of doing this for long form projects is to submit the text file and sound and pay to
have it captioned....way quicker and not very expensive. I also pay the extra for the result review for 100% accurate results.
This is the company i use: http://www.automaticsync.com

For commercials, I caption by hand using the method you described.



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Roger Averdahl
Re: Way to import block text into Premiere Pro captioning?
on Mar 27, 2018 at 5:11:23 pm

Some use Adobe InDesign to create subtitles from Word documents. Take a look at this video and see if it suits your needs:


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