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The new caption feature is great! Thank you for developing!
But we have more requests.
Currently, the recorded voice is made into a text as a "caption".
We want you to make it as "essential graphics text", not as "caption".
Captions cannot be styled on a clip-by-clip basis.
Captions cannot be animated using keyframes.
Captions can't do what you can do with such essential graphics text.
We want it to be more flexible.
Please add the Dutch language support146 votes
Working with captions. Split caption and Merge captions features won't work every time. Please fix ASAP.
Working with captions. Split caption and Merge captions features won't work every time. Please fix ASAP.9 votes
Please allow us to customise the width of the background independently from its height.
I want to be able to have just a little vertical space but a lot more space around the horizontal edges so that the captions look more pleasing to the eye. Without this, I have to create my own rectangles and adjust the width of each one manually for every individual caption :(16 votes
Add current timecode and speaker info to clipboard when copy/pasting text from transcript, allowing editors to make selects from interviews and paste quotes into a text editor.17 votes
In the previous version of Premiere Pro, I was able to add multiple captions and make them visible in order to have English/Spanish on screen. But in the latest version (Version 15.0.0) only one track of captioning is available.
This makes it hard for those of us who are working on making our videos accessible to multiple audiences. Please bring back the ability to have multiple tracks of captioning visible at the same time.223 votes
This is not a bug, it’s as designed. We specifically limit the visibility to one track at a time to avoid accidentally burning in multiple tracks. Also, when exporting to a format that only supports one captions stream like SRT or STL, we need to know which is the active track in order to export the correct track.
But I understand why you might need two tracks visible at the same time.
If we could automatically identify speakers and designate a style associated with them, would that help? For example speaker 1 is blue and on the left, speaker 2 is yellow and on the right?
Do you ever need to burn in both at the same time or is it just a matter of being able to see both to aid in translation and alignment?
Thanks for the feedback, we really are listening :)
The transcription process works great. As soon as I click the "Create Captions" button, I get the screen below, and it never changes. I can cancel it an go back to the transcription, but can not get any further. I've tried resetting my Premier settings, and resetting the workspace. I've even uninstalled and re-installed. Any assistance would be appreciated.37 votes
It would be useful to be able to move the captions all the way to the bottom of the screen.145 votes
This is by design. We always keep captions within safe margins (10%). Would an option to defeat this restriction be useful or is it better to remove this safeguard all together. Opinions welcome.
When splitting a long caption block, Premiere will split the caption block in half, instead of where the playhead is paused at.
This means I have to figure out which word it split on, then edit the captions to match or edit the timeline to match. And sometimes it splits the caption in the middle of a word or another inconvenient place.
It would be nice to have an option where the caption splits at the playhead, because usually if I think the caption needs to be split I'm playing through the timeline and have the playhead at that point.5 votes
The auto-generated captions feature recently added is wonderful! I look forward to seeing some of the UI streamlined in the future.
My idea is this: in the transcription menu, add an "import script" option (or call it whatever) where you can copy/paste text (preferably rich text) for the program to cross reference with it's auto-generated transcription. The program already does a surprisingly good job, but this could ensure 100% accuracy for videos with pre-scripted content. Paired with the automatically timed captions, this could be a very useful addition!17 votes
Make the captions layer act like a videolayer. Captions now block normal editing because they are not included in trimming, are not selected when all tracks are selected, are always copied even when track is not selected. Captions are a lot improved but making them part of the editing and not just as an add to a finalized edit will improve it a lot. Let me explain a bit further; Adobe now has a great transcription build in, in lots of languages, but once you have made a transcription and start editing with it there are great limitations because of the captiontrack not responding like a normal videotrack. The captions text window has a great search engine, putting all your interview on one timeline makes it even possible to search through everything that was said en being able to splice that in in no time. BUT then editing becomes less smooth because the captions block videotrack while trimming and are not included in the normal editing proces. So please include that and it will be soooooo much more powerfull.
Make the captions layer act like a videolayer. Captions now block normal editing because they are not included in trimming, are not selected when all tracks are selected, are always copied even when track is not selected. Captions are a lot improved but making them part of the editing and not just as an add to a finalized edit will improve it a lot. Let me explain a bit further; Adobe now has a great transcription build in, in lots of languages, but once you have made a transcription and start editing with it there are great limitations because of…7 votes
In the past month, I've edited 60 videos with captioning. The captioning feature works pretty well. However, I happened to notice that the captioning was bleeding over to the next frame - only with frames for which I removed the sound.
Just an fyi. Maybe I'm doing something incorrectly? But now, I have to go back and correct the caption bleed for 60 videos... Ick...4 votes
I used to add multiple captions in order to have two languages subtitled. Now I need to do that again but I can't, because only one track can be enabled. I would love if there's an update to give this option, to have at least two captions track enabled on screen at the same time.6 votes
The export options for the transcript only allow you to have the text with the relevant timestamps. What I usually need is the full text readout of the transcript without timestamps to be made available so we may be have that as a supplementary document with our videos however it proves difficult to do so with the current tools unless going through extensive manual editing.
if i cut out a clip in the middle of my transcribed sequence, the transcription should travel with it
if i cut out a clip in the middle of my transcribed sequence, the transcription should travel with it, as opposed to the transcription now being off and now doesnt match what is being said when because i cut something out of the middle3 votes
When editing captions I often resize the bounding box depending if they are one line or two. Auto-generated captions always have line breaks - sometimes after a single word. Which means going to each caption block just to delete these superfluous spacings2 votes
Adobe's captioning tools have improved enormously. Thank you! But we'd love to see a feature that allows captions to be made from a non-time-coded transcript file. In other words, to have Premiere Pro perform the timings from supplied text. YouTube lets you do this – paste in a transcription and then let it assign timings and give you back a .srt file.
Please enhance Adobe's captioning smarts with this feature!14 votes
I get an error when I use the transcribe button (Mac). Premiere Pro Version 22.5.0. "A low-level exception occurred in: RawPCM"
I get an error when I use the transcribe button (Mac). Premiere Pro Version 22.5.0. "A low-level exception occurred in: RawPCM"3 votes
Please make a way to type emojis directly from the text panel rather than importing pngs. Can do in photoshop not in premier pro
Please make it possible for us to type emojis in premier pro directly from the text panel. It is already a feature in photoshop but not present in premier pro. Importing and placing emoji pngs is very time consuming and takes up a lot of time in a massive workflow.3 votes
Hi Adobe! Please add Ukrainian language for transcribing in Premiere Pro Captions Tab. It would be great to expand the set of languages there. Thanks8 votes
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