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comment How do I automatically create burned-in subtitles in Premiere Pro?
By 'burning' in I meant rendering them as a text titles within the video. I know I can use the title feature to add titles manually, but some form of converting SRTs to text tiles according to timing would be helpful.
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comment How do I automatically create burned-in subtitles in Premiere Pro?
Windows 7 Professional.
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asked How do I automatically create burned-in subtitles in Premiere Pro?
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accepted How do I 'downgrade' an Adobe Premiere Pro project file to open in older versions?
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asked How do I 'downgrade' an Adobe Premiere Pro project file to open in older versions?
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accepted Is there any plugin for After Effects to create a 'kinetic typography' video?
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asked Is there any plugin for After Effects to create a 'kinetic typography' video?
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accepted File compatibility for Final Cut Pro 7 project files with Adobe Premiere Pro CS4
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accepted Automatically split takes into individual files in Final Cut Pro
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comment Indexing audio for video editing
+1. I've used this feature and I must say it's very hit-or-miss. It can only handle specific accents, and identification takes a long time.
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comment Automatically split takes into individual files in Final Cut Pro
I clarified the intent of my question for what specific feature I'm looking an analogous option for. The timecode break option is for a different purpose, it seems.