You can use Adobe Premiere Pro in your captioning workflow. Learn how to create and time closed captions, open captions, transcripts, and more. See how to export your media with embedded captions.
- The big reason you're here is, you need to know about captions and we're going to explore deep into it in this title. I'm going to be covering the overview of both closed and open captions and what that difference means. We're going to talk about making transcriptions and using a great third party utility called Movie Captioner along with using YouTube to go ahead and time and create captions automatically. We're going to dig into making open and closed captions in Premiere Pro and we're also going to discuss some of the limitations that closed captions have, that open captions don't. Finally, we're going to get your material out of Premiere Pro and with the caption material, into your client's hands.
Let's get started.
- Making closed captions and open captions
- Reviewing different transcription services
- Timing scripts to audio verbatim
- Importing and viewing captions
- Using the Captions panel in Adobe Premiere Pro
- Adjusting caption timing
- Creating a caption track
- Formatting captions
- Changing the caption format: 608, 708, and Open Captions
- Exporting the media with embedded captions