I am surprised that Adobe has some languages included in Speech to Text (Transcribe) feature but not a major language which is used and spoken by over 350 million people which is Arabic? With so many Arabic production features now that are aired and uploaded to many online streaming services, it is CRITICAL that Adobe pays respect to it's users who work in Arabic content/film/TV series. I mean with all due respect to some languages who are only spoken by less than 10 million people and already are on the list, it is disrespectcful that Arabic language not included in Speech To Text feature. I wonder if it is bias from Adobe agaisnt the peoples in Africa and the Middle East. And this is a bad brand image to Adobe. Now that this request is as important as any new update, it is getting huge attention in the media and NLE users everywhere. So I hope that in the next update 23.1 Premiere Pro will have Arabic included in Speech to Text.
Thanks for adding this post. There have been several new votes to the 3 user voice requests since you posted in the regular forum.
I'm going to add them here as well:
I found 3, with relatively few votes:
For anyone who supports this, upvote each of them. Be sure to mark "Critical." Carlo, I suggest you add your comment you posted here to at least one of them.
Thank you Stan, I laready voted on all 3 links.