Join Nick Harauz for an in-depth discussion in this video Import closed captions, part of Final Cut Pro X Guru: New Features.
- [Instructor] In Final Cut Pro 10.4.1…you now have the ability to import captions…directly into your project.…In order to do so I have a project in front me…entitled Import Closed Captions.…I'm simply going to head up to the File menu…and choose to Import, Captions.…Once I do I'll navigate to my hard drive…where I have my Closed Caption file.…It's in an ITT format that was created by SpeedScriber,…and this format is good for iTunes.…We're going to import this as a role in the English language.…
We're going to make sure that Relative to Timeline is selected.…Once I choose Import, I will see something new…appear in my timeline.…What we'll see is a series of captions…timed out to the pacing of my video.…This was all done in SpeedScriber…where I was actually able to edit…the captions that it gave me.…In case you're not able to see your captions after import,…what you'd like to do is head to the Timeline Index…and head to the Roles tab.…Under the Roles tab is an option…to turn your captions off and on…as well as if you need to,…
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Skill Level Intermediate
Q: This course was updated on 05/17/2018. What changed?
A: The following topics were updated: Camera RAW support and importing, creating, and exporting closed captions.
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