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    frankpkim commented  · 

    Everything can fix it.Normally I use Subtitle Edit and Export .SRT to Premiere Pro CC 2019. Now I just found how to add How to add Subtitle to Premiere Pro with Xml. Why Xml it easy too editing and no problem such as edge bleeding, linespace because If you import subtitle with Xml (not .srt) in premiere pro, It will be a graphic (Essential Graphic).

    This is how to import Subtitle from Subtitle Edit to Premiere Pro
    1. In Subtitle Edit you just Save as with format Final Cut Pro Xml << Only this format
    2. Premierer Pro Import with Xml normally and then you have timeline subtitle with graphic text
    3. create master style text what you want..
    4. Enjoy!

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