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Closed Captions being cut off in Premier Pro

Community Beginner ,
Apr 06, 2024 Apr 06, 2024

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Howdy!

First off, I *do not* need nor want subtitles.  I *need* closed captions.  Premier Pro is truncating my closed captions, meaning that, once I upload to YouTube, I have to go *BACK* in and fix it--bascially doing double the work.

How can I fix this or work around it?  Again, I *do not* need or want subtitles; I *need* closed captions.  I *need* my audience to have the option of turning on or off the captions at will.  Subtitles are on the screen 100% of the time, and this disrupts data I put on screen.

The CA-708 gives me 42 characters per line, but only two lines, meaning *normal* diaglogue is cut off.

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Apr 09, 2024 Apr 09, 2024

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Firstly, are you 100% sure you need CA-708 closed captions? Youtube supports other formats. such as SRT which I don't believe have length restrictions.

Otherwise, you're only option is to cram the text in and cut to the next caption again and again whilst the person is speaking.

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Community Beginner ,
Apr 11, 2024 Apr 11, 2024

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The issue is in Premier. I'm given the CA-608 anc CA-708 options for closed
captions. I export those in SRT form--that's how YouTube uploads. SRT is
a file format, not a caption format.

I can use subtitles and export them as an SRT...but that means they show up
ALL the time and can't be turned off.

*Sincerely,*

*Nathanael Miller*
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