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Episode 6 - Caption Creation

In this final episode of the season, we learn how Premiere Pro can generate subtitles for your movie.

In this final episode, brace yourself as we explore the incredible power of Premiere Pro's subtitle generation!

Discover how to effortlessly add subtitles to your movie, enhancing accessibility and ensuring your message reaches a wider audience.

Video Transcript

Let's learn how to synchronise your audio n in Premiere Pro

Step 1.

Click on workspaces in the top corner and select‘Captions & Graphics’.

Step 2.

In our preview window make sure the ‘text’ header is selected, as well as the transcript option.

Step 3.

Click on the three dots and select transcribe sequence.

Step 4.

Once the text has been laid down. Head back to the three dots and click on create captions.

Step 5.

Check all of the settings before proceeding.  Make sure all text accurately matches your film.

Step 6.

Premiere Pro will have laid down your subtitle track on the timeline.

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