An error occurred while saving the commentMartina Ledermann commented
Unfortunately, not the speakers, but the timecode you can save in an external file. You have to do it some steps:
1. Transcribe like normal.
2. Even, if you do not need a subtitling, create with a copy of your video subtitles and THEN you can safe it as an SRT-file and if you open this SRT-file with Wordpad or another code editor, you can easily save it as TXT included your timecodes.
Try it out! It works. But you are right, Premiere Pro has to learn, it is not a perfect transcription tool. Transcription has also special signs or codes to mark special parts of the speech and they are not inside it. They have to written by hand.
Unfortunately, I did not find a solution to print or save the speakers. Adobe, please, do something!
Have a great day. Stay safe!
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