Bug: Importing Captions at v15.1+
When I select “Import captions from file” at version 15.1 and 15.2, the captions are “broken”, as seen on the prints.
The number of captions gets reduced from a total of 231 (15.0) to only 96 (15.2), where they are combined somehow in a strange order.
I had to rollback to 15.0 to be able to work properly with captions.
Thought it would be fixed by 15.2, but apparently it wasn't.
Yes, in 15.0 the captions appear in the correct order.
As for the timecodes being out of order, it's because I used Facebook to generate them.
I don't really know why they do it like that.
Thank you so much. I also see differences between 15.0 versus 15.1/15.2/15.3
Just to confirm, the captions were in the correct order for you in 15.0? (ie: the captions matched up with the video & audio correctly in the Timeline). I ask as I noticed that when I open the SRT in a text editor, the timecode for each line is out of order. For example:
00:14:43,440 --> 00:14:46,920
ser qualquer coisa, pode ser algo que você mesmo consiga
00:15:27,240 --> 00:15:30,900
ajuda o YouTube a divulgar esse vídeo pra mais pessoas, isso é
00:13:46,960 --> 00:13:54,400
tá? Fazendo isso, bota importar dados e ó, aqui viu que a gente
00:15:16,680 --> 00:15:20,760
beleza? Então, se você gostou desse vídeo, se você conseguiu
00:14:23,540 --> 00:14:27,500
fazer aqui ó, é puxar pra baixo e aí ó, pode ver que esse
00:15:37,620 --> 00:15:41,920
conteúdos sobre esse assunto aqui no canal, beleza? Eu me
00:13:54,400 --> 00:13:59,740
já configurou ali ó, se eu voltar lá, ó, é exatamente o
The out of order timecode values is odd. Can I also ask how this SRT was created?
I will forward on to the team for further investigation.
Ok, I've changed the extension to txt. It was previously a .srt file.
Sorry for the issues. Could you try to rename your caption file extension to .txt and then attach that? Also let me know the original extension (.mcc, .srt, etc.) and I can then rename the file to verify.
I found out that UserVoice only allows certain extensions and file must also be under 50MB. Not sure why it does not block nor provide an error for unsupported filetype extensions, however.
Could you tell me if it worked? When I attach the .srt file and try to post it, it loads indefinitely.
If i open this page in another tab, my comment is there, but apparently no file has been attached to it.
I tried at first but it wasn't possible. Here it is now!
Would it be possible to attach caption file(s) with this issue? This will help with our investigation.