I am trying to automatically translate my audio sequence into Spanish (as I did before) and when I click on "Create Transcription" it generates the error: "A low level exception... Exporter 17"
Only with the Spanish language.
does anyone know how to fix it? has happened to them?
Thanks a lot!
Thanks a lot! This also worked for me and I didn't need to switch back to an older Premiere version. Also, if I had already an effect applied to my audio tracks, I just remove them, apply the transcription, and then a simple CNTRL+Z put my effects back in place (:
Definitely you are el Capi! That worked.
Thank you! I copied my audio track, muted the original, deleted the fx on the copied track (which is insane because there was nothing special, just the "Essential Sound for Dialogue" settings that I always use and JUST did a successful caption creation on a different video with the exact same settings!!! I don't think an update was applied over the weekend...???) and the auto transcribe worked as it has and should. Hopefully, when I'm done-done, I'll be able to clean up & delete the "copied" dialogue track...worse case, I'll keep the copied track in place, but muted. But, REALLY???? Thank you, community for your solution!!!
This also worked for me. In this case, the clips had noise and rumble reduction enabled in the Repair section of the Audio panel. So not a third-party effect.
I have/had the same problem with german language.
It worked, when I cleared my In- and Out Points in the timeline and just had the checkbox "Recognize when different speakers are talking" marked.
Absolutely fed up of the errors and problems with PP. I have been using for over a decade and it seems to be getting worse. I have deadlines and I am struggling with this error that was not there in previous versions
having to export audio - open PP 21, re open project in 22, import transcription. Thank goodness i keep older versions! Come on adobe. Stop breaking things that work!!!
PS file transcribed in PP 21 just fine(to the cloud) Its a workaround anyway
I am also getting this error (but English, so maybe different) but as posted above, the only thing that works is to remove all of the audio effects. Doesn't matter whether they are plug ins or Premiere. It's defnitely a PITA! Would love to see this fixed asap.
Found a workaround that worked for me. (Apply the "dialog" tag in Essential Audio, then use that option when generating transcripts.)
That worked for me.
If you want to untag the clips after, you can easily select all clips that have the tag applied by clicking the dialog tag in Essential sound with nothing selected, and it will select all, then you can click "Clear Audio type".
I had the same issue with American English. When I turn of "check spelling" the error goes away
Cria a legenda com o áudio limpo, sem efeito. Resolveu aqui.
I resolved it by copy and pasting the clips into a new sequence
Yep. That fixed it completely. Thanks! I've only been having this issue since the update. Working on English language.
Mine is doing the same thing, but I've tried it once or twice and it goes, without having to remove the effects or move to a new audio track.
Same problem and same message with new version of Premiere Pro installed 15 days ago. Very annoying not to be able to use this function directly. I need to do an audio export and then it work.
I had the same issue. Simply saving and rebooting Premiere worked for me.