Closed / Open Captions
Please add option to add close caption/subitltes so we can do it offline if we haven't got access to internet on the move
It’s safe to say that we are considering open and closed captions together, so this suggestion now reflects that.
Please continue to weigh in on the value of both or either in the comments below.
Tom Cotton commented
Transcripts and captions have a high focus in education. Captions benefits everyone - just not people with disabilities. Auto-captions are great but not there yet - they have to be edited so students don't 'learn' incorrect information. Tools to edit those captions are terrible - with the possible exception of Camtasia. YouTube's captioning model while basic is interesting. MS Stream's captioning service is excellent and captioning is serviceable.
I've been able to convince academics to use Rush because of how time saving it is. Having captions in Rush would empower them to create fully accessible content at the outset.
Benny Thaibert commented
Please be inspired by Camtasia. They got a really easy way to txt on screen and get the files in a seperate file.
Noah Fahncke commented
Would be awesome if you could add the subtitles feature, so we could caption our videos.
Kristen Smith commented
Please extend the captions feature to make the caption shape opaque and not just transparent. Even with 100% opacity, it is still transparent and difficult to see the wording. Thank you!
Kevin Hall commented
I agree with Laurent with the SRT import / export. The other comments are spot on, captions are vital for videos that will be seen on social media. Thanks for your consideration!
Cameron Blair commented
Hi, can we please just have a simple way of adding simple captions bottom centre. Just on-again-off-again captions with no effects like fade (which is distracting and too slow for quicker word pace) etc. This should be simple to program and I think urgently needed by a lot of uses.
Thanks for the request llona. We totally agree that would be an awesome addition to Rush. Merging your request to another one we're actively tracking.
Ilona Joensuu commented
Since a lot of clips shared on social media are watched without sound, having a quick tool option for adding subtitles would be GREAT.
It would also make the content more accessible for everyone, in regards to the web content accessibility guidelines (in the EU).
Ps. Huge fan of Adobe Rush!
Amanda Brinkley commented
I often want to edit without the audio on. Auto caption would be amazing!
Laurent Lecler commented
SRT import export
Auto Caption capabilities for social media content
Riley Seaburg commented
Add subtitle upload option
It would become better if you could put subtitle!
Yes having captions for sound off videos would be awesome
Would be awesome to have a tool using AI to provide auto captions as a starting point. Then, we could just edit those for errors and then burn them into the video for social!
Accessibility is the latest thing, this is a requirement for all of our video work
Hi Chuck and Landon,
Thanks for your feedback. Yes, we know editing text on smaller iOS devices can be difficult, and we're currently exploring ways how to improve the behavior. Adding an input is a good idea! Please stay tuned for updates on this.
Not ideal, but a workaround you can do is temporarily increase the size of the title so that the text fields are larger. Once you have the look you want, you can scale the title back down to the desired size.
Again, we appreciate the feedback!
Landon ward commented
I’ve had a lot of frustration with this as well.
I find it impossible to add a title or caption in iOS. The title boxes are tiny and the subtitle fields are even smaller especially if you are in a portrait video. There’s no way I can select the fields to clear and input text. At least put the input field in the bottom menu so I can change the text outside of the itty bitty field on the video.
Captions are essential if we are going to allow our content to be accessible for all. This is a MUST have feature.