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Burned in closed captions can't be shut off in Adobe Media Encoder

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May 02, 2024 May 02, 2024

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Anyone know why, when exporting from Premiere Pro 24.3.0 to AME 24.3, with "import sequences natively" switched off, AME keeps burning in closed captions? If I switch "import sequences natively" back on, everything works fine, or if I export directly from Premiere, things work fine. I was needing to fix another bug with embedded sequences not rendering properly when natively imported to AME, so I changed the settings, only to find that I could not stop AME from burning in closed captions.

Any help would be great. I've been doing workarounds for some time now.

 

Thanks

 

Premiere Pro 24.3.0

Windows 10

intel 13900K

64GB RAM

RTX4090 551.61

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May 02, 2024 May 02, 2024

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Hmmm... that sounds frustrating.

If the captions have been upgraded to Graphics (Graphics and Titles > Upgrade Captions to Graphics), the Graphics will have to be disabled (Clip > Enable) or the Video Track hidden.

If the captions are in a Caption Track, what are you seeing for the Export Options under the Captions tab in Adobe Media Encoder?

Pictured:  Adobe Media Encoder 2024 Export Settings dialog box with the Export Options pop-up menu options displayed under Captions for QuickTime file format from a Sequence with the Caption Track set to CEA-608 CC1.Pictured: Adobe Media Encoder 2024 Export Settings dialog box with the Export Options pop-up menu options displayed under Captions for QuickTime file format from a Sequence with the Caption Track set to CEA-608 CC1.

 

Are you able to choose something other than "Burn Captions into Video"?

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May 03, 2024 May 03, 2024

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@thxapproved2,

 

Before I try to replicate, some questions...

 

Are you seeing the captions burned in when you export the file back into PR?

 

What kind of closed captions? 608, 708, both, something else?

 

Are you selecting the embed option when this happens?

 

Does this happen if you disable the captions in the caption track?

 

@eckiAMETeam Has this been reported in 24.3 by anyone else? I don't recall it.

 

Stan

 

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