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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 :)
An error occurred while saving the commentMarcus Vowell commented
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?"
Honestly, it would help a ton if you were able to just add speaker labels to the subtitles to identify speakers. You have that in the transcript, why isn't it an option for the subtitles as well?
The reason I found this thread is because, since adding speaker names isn't a thing in the captions, I was trying to format speaker #1's captions to be on the left and speaker #2's on the right, since that's where they are on the screen. But a whole lot of issues would be solved by giving us the option of letting the speaker names come over with the conversion from transcript to captions.