by Larry Jordan With the release of the March, 2021, update to Premiere Pro, Adobe introduced a new caption workflow. “Premiere Pro provides a comprehensive captions toolset that lets you create edit, stylize, and export captions and subtitles in all supported formats.” (Adobe Help) We can import existing captions or create new ones directly in Premiere. Captions […]Read more "Adobe’s New Caption Workflow for Premiere Pro 2021"
by Rev.com You’re an editor, right? So why must you add the skills of an Office Administrator to your required skill-set? Captioning and transcribing in your native language is hard enough, but what if you have to add those attributes to your final project in multiple languages? Ugghhhh! Tack on hours upon hours of typing, […]Read more "Hate Captioning, Transcribing? And What of Multiple Languages? Here’s REV…"
by Web Captioner Web Captioner makes your event, speech, classroom lecture, or church service accessible with real-time captioning. LET THERE BE ACCESSIBILITY Accuracy Impressively accurate speech-to-text transcription provided by the Web Speech API. Real-Time Text appears within seconds. Custom Language and Appearance Change spoken language, fonts, colors, chroma key background, text position, and more. Speaking […]Read more "FREE CAPTIONING RIGHT IN YOUR BROWSER!"
by Nick Nimmin In Nick’s newest video he dives into 9 free tools to build and grow your YouTube channel. This video will introduce you to new tools that will help you come up with video ideas, brand your channel and make better videos… Subscribe for more free YouTube tips: https://www.youtube.com/nicknimmin?su… Tools and services Nick recommends: My […]Read more "9 Free YouTuber Tools You’ll Love!"
by Annie Crawford, Adobe Spark Here at Adobe Spark we spend a lot of time (like a lot) thinking about how to create the best images for the ‘gram. But what about the caption? That often-overlooked space is hugely important for converting scrollers into followers. And more and more, we see savvy communicators putting that real estate to good […]Read more "100+ Instagram Caption Ideas to Try"
by Carsten Ress via Inside Tips I was looking for a way to export subtitles (in a closed captions format) from FCP X as text, send it to translation, then import it back again as subtitles. I found this workaround that saved me a lot of time. Export the subtitles as an SRT File Change […]Read more "Export & Translate Subtitles in Apple Final Cut Pro X"
by Idustrial Revolution Exporting burnt-in captions from Final Cut Pro X is easy, but the process isn’t immediately obvious In this tutorial below, we show the steps needed to export burnt-in captions from FCPX. We also highlight some options available should you want to output anything different to the default style. Final Cut Pro X 10.4.1 […]Read more "HOW TO EXPORT FROM FINAL CUT PRO X WITH BURNT-IN CAPTIONS"
by spherico.de TitleExchange Pro is a unique tool which makes complicated things both simple and fast when juggling with subtitles in collaborative environments. It started as a basic tool for Apple’s Final Cut Pro about 10 years ago it is probably one of the most advanced tools available for the Apple Final Cut Pro (legacy) […]Read more "TitleExchange Pro: A Free and Unique Subtitling Tool for all NLEs"
December 10, 2015 by Rebekka Deforce Maybe you have certain films on your computer and you would like some subtitles for them? Where can you find those subtitles? How can you play them? And what if you want to edit or create them from scratch for maybe a self-made video or corporate video? Where To […]Read more "Getting Started With Subtitles"