Join Jeff I. Greenberg for an in-depth discussion in this video Using the exercise files, part of Premiere Pro Guru: Closed and Open Caption Workflows.
- For those of you who have access to the exercise files, you should know that pretty much in this class nothing is iterative. You can go ahead and play way off from what I'm specifically doing on screen. But, I'd still like you to see exactly what my files are. Here I happen to have the actual project that I'm working from, and my media is broken up into two pieces. One called the PSA and the other is known as Coaster. Inside of the Coaster one, you'll happen to see some of the individual files that I use in chapter two on uploading to YouTube.
And particularly the final script, the captions I've downloaded, and the manipulations I've done through Drastic's captioning website. I have them all prepared here for you if you don't wanna have to do all these things, if you wanna just see the end result. But again, I encourage you to go ahead and push these up to YouTube, use these tools yourself. Additionally, if you've picked up MovieCaptioner, the utility I mentioned in this title, you'll see that I've also got the MovieCaptioner projects as part of the exercise files themselves. The project, on the other hand, is just broken up exactly as we've talked about throughout the title.
And again, there are no exercises for the first lesson and nothing here is iterative. And if you wanna really change what's going on compared to what I'm doing, you should feel free to do so knowing that none of it really affects the next section. Good luck and I hope you enjoy working with these materials. And of course, they're meant for educational uses only.
- Making closed captions and open captions
- Reviewing different transcription services
- Timing scripts to audio verbatim
- Importing and viewing captions
- Navigating the Premiere Pro Caption panel
- Adjusting caption timing
- Creating a caption track
- Formatting captions
- Changing the caption format: 608, 708, and open captions
- Using the Transcriptive plugin to create subtitles
- Exporting the media with embedded captions