Auto Transcript stays perpetually on "Creating Auto Transcription"

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May 05, 2022 May 05, 2022

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My office has noticed this issue a lot recently. While trying to do transcriptions of interviews, the transcription appears to start but then just stays perpeturally  stuck on Creating Auto Transcription. The program isn't frozen, I can naviage within it, save projects, etc. but it doesn't advance and create a transcription.

 

Thing is it appears to be arbitrary too, because some sequences will transcribe while others won't. Yet both were shot on the same cameras. And this is within the same project I might add. 

 

Just fyi: transcribing in English, yes we have the language pack downloaded. Premiere Pro 22.3.1.

Editing on Dell Precision 7560. 

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May 06, 2022 May 06, 2022

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This problem has occurred for what I believe are different reasons as the speech to text functionality evolved. I am  having no problems, but it has a lot of moving parts....

 

@Alexander Riss Do we have a list of troubleshooting steps for the latest versions.

 

Stan

 

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May 06, 2022 May 06, 2022

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Update: I've found that trasncribing in tiny chunks but uising in and outs helps. We managed to do the offending sequences, but some required as breaking it up into segments less than a minute long to make it work

 

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Glad you found a workaround.

 

Can you post a screenshot of an offending sequence?

 

So you set an in/out of, for example, half the sequence? And maybe it works? Then the other half, and maybe it doesn't, etc?

 

Stan

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