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Bryce Hoover
Re: Premiere Pro 2014.2, Project Management, and Closed Captioning
on Feb 13, 2015 at 5:09:49 pm

** update**

PROJECT MANAGEMENT of CAPTIONED FILES:
There is a setting in Preferences under Media, "include captions on import". By default, it's checked.
Uncheck it BEFORE importing and the files will come in with no captioning.
Clips brought in with that setting checked, will ALWAYS have captioning. Premiere Pro flags it somehow and will forever know that it has captioning. The workaround is to rename the clip and reimport it AFTER changing the "include captions on import" preference.
Following that procedure has fixed my problem.
Adobe contacted me with this solution.
reference: https://forums.adobe.com/message/7144275#7144275

PROJECT MANAGEMENT (GENERAL):
Select Source:Individual Clips and NOT Source:Sequence because:
You would not want to set Source: Sequence for your mixed HD and SD clips because setting it to Sequence will constrain the transcodes to the Sequence settings (it will transcode what matches the Sequence frame size, frame rate, fielding and aspect ratio). If your Sequence is 1920x1080, then whatever is not 1920x1080 will be copied. By setting it to Individual Clips, it will transcode per each clip as long as the Preset can support it (e.g.: ProRes or CineForm can transcode 1920x1080 and 720x480, etc.). https://forums.adobe.com/message/7144620#7144620

Also, AUDIO ONLY files (audio recorded without video) will not manage down to only what has been used. The entire clip will be added to the Project Managed media folder.

-bh


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