Angus Farquhar

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    12 comments  ·  Premiere Pro » Export  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Angus Farquhar commented  · 

    We are having to use both the SRT and the text export and then editing the text file and cross referencing the SRT to find the timecodes, which is very clunky. It is very frustrating when you can see exactly the format we need it in presented in the 'Transcript' tab (paragraphs with timecodes) but there is no way to export it like that.
    I am also getting random crashing when I do the 'Create Captions' operation. Most files are alright but occasion files will make it crash even if we try and re-transcribe them in a new project.

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    Angus Farquhar commented  · 

    I agree 100% with this. When working with long interviews we want to be able to edit in text with timecodes on the chunks so that we know roughly where in the interview we should be looking. The prtranscript file is unusable by anything else and the plain text version doesn't have the time stamps or the speaker info shown on the transcript in premiere. The SRT has chunks that are too small to be useful.

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