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Working with closed captions

Working with closed captions: Final Cut Pro X Guru: Compressor Exporting
Working with closed captions: Final Cut Pro X Guru: Compressor Exporting

Closed captions are an important setting, because it helps people understand what is going on if they are hard of hearing. How do you create and export a closed caption file that accompanies your Apple Final Cut Pro X projects? In this movie, author Nick Harauz guides you through the steps for creating closed captions in Apple Compressor.

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Skill Level Intermediate
1h 13m
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Video Video Editing Final Cut Pro

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