Speech analysis for auto captions/transcription
Speech analysis for auto captions/transcriptions. Need to create subtitles/captions for long formate videos and it would be nice to have speech analysis to automatically create a script from the video audio. Even if it's not 100% accurate as long as it has a built in editor to review and make corrections if needed. hope to see this feature in upcoming updates.
Scott Wedemeyer, Sr. commented
I have been seeing ads for a software called Zubtitle. Would that be similar to Transcriptive and Sensei?
I have Transcriptive, and it is good. However, Adobe should either work more closely with them or buy it from them or adopt some form of their own because it is a really incredible little app. If it worked better with Adobe and was less buggy, it would essentially be even better than AVID's script sync. For reality TV or documentary, this sort of feature is invaluable.
can you use Sensei to automate captioning?
Christian Grundey commented
You can use Transcriptive by Digital Anarchy as a plugin. Sadly it's kind of expensive for normal users which are needing a feature like this for small projects. It's also kind of complex because you need logins and you have to pay for the websites which are doing the analysis. Anyway, you can upload your videos instead on youtube, you wait and you can download the srt file of the automatic analysis. Because a feature like this was in premiere years ago for creating meta data it's very sad that this feature was never used to create subtitles from it. It would have been a great benefit for most users who are needing this on a daily base.
Make automatic (and fixble) subitles based on soundtrack.
Adobe Staff - Nate commented
This idea has been submitted for consideration. Thanks for your feedback!
Peter C commented
A few years ago Adobe added the ability to import an Adobe Story script, but only as an aid to editing. It would be great if this could be used to create subtitles which the editor could then edit as requested by the original poster, font, colour, etc.
This would be huge for those of us working in a public facing display screen environment where everything needs subtitled. Please Adobe, please.