When I try to change the style of my subtitles, premiere doesn't keep the information about the colour. WHY??? Please don't answer me to keep it all in white, because we can't, lol
Thank you very much
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Hi Joost, sorry it's my first time ever asking here.
So it happens both on my imac, both on my windows and to all my colleagues with different computers. So I think it's more a matter of premiere itself than the pc.
Anyway my pc:
CPU AMD AM4 RYZEN 7 3800X 4,5GHZ 8 CORE
65W SKT 4MB
RAM 32 GB (16GB x 2)
SVGA ASUS GTX1660 6GB PHOENIX DDR6 HDMI DP DVI 90YV0CU0-M0NA00
vram 5591 mb (Not sure about this one)
Premiere 22.2.0 (build 128)
RAM 32 GB (16*2)
Premiere 22.2.0 (build 128)
(I have in the office, so I don't know all the specifics)
Just by changing the style, it automatically lost the colour and all the subs are white. So we need to colour one by one.
I hope to have been clear enough. Thank you very much for your help
Your style "sub_tiktok" is set to white text. That may not be what you want. But from your screenshot when the style is applied the text goes to white.
If you apply a text/caption track style, it changes THE WHOLE TRACK to that style, no matter what other changes you may have made.
If you wanted "sub_tiktok" to be yellow, you cannot directly edit/update that style. For example, if you change the white to yellow, you can't tell it to change that style. If you select it, all captions go back to white. The workaround is to rename the style (in the Project Panel) (e.g. sub_tiktok_bad), change the font color, and then create a new style with the name you want. The help file does discuss push/pull and sync operations, but it is not clear to me that the actual saved style is changed.
See this post I wrote before I discovered that, that discusses saving, deleting, exporting, and importing styles.
Thank you very much for your answer.
We need to have some subs white, some yellow, some red. So I assume we have no solution than colour one by one...
The main problem is that if I colour all the subs with a style and than changing it in tiktok subs, premiere change the whole track and so I need to colour again one by one the subs... It's very a pain in the ... ahah
As you say, a pain in the ahah.
Upvote this feature request: it is for multiple languages, but it might also apply to multiple styles.
I assume you want captions in a sidecar that can be turned off on the player. If you are burning in, there is a workaround. See multiple tracks in this post.