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Failed to transcribe two audio files separately

New Here ,
Apr 14, 2021 Apr 14, 2021

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I failed to transcribe two audio files separately. Two different persons speak in each file.

 

As it was the first time for me to try the auto-transcript, I first selected "Mix" for the target audio in transcription settings. It worked. A transcript for two speakers was generated.

 

Then, I tried to transcribe one of the audio files. It keeps returning the transcript of two people talking as a result.

 

I wanted to do this separately because I wanted to put captions in different positions (by speakers).

 

 Audio file information:

- length: 2 hours

- language: Japanese

 

Thank you!

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Apr 15, 2021 Apr 15, 2021

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Even if you get multiple transcripts, you'll have a problem of not being able to get two caption tracks made from them to show in your sequence. Also, I suspect that PR only allows one transcript per sequence.

 

The current workaround (assuming you are trying to burn in both speakers with different positioning/caption styling etc), is to create a caption track for each speaker in DIFFERENT sequences, then nest the sequences. See this post regarding this method:

https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/faq-workaround-nesting-to-apply-effect-controls-to-capti...

 

Also to clarify, each of the two files contains one speaker. You use this to create a different audio track for each speaker. If you put these assets into different Sequences, can you create a transcript for each speaker?

 

Stan

 

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That's exactly what I was wondering! Thanks!

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