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Data Privacy Concerns with Transcription Tool in Adobe Premiere Pro

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Mar 27, 2024 Mar 27, 2024

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Hey Everyone,

 

I am reaching out to you with a question regarding data privacy concerns related to the use of the transcription tool in Adobe Premiere Pro. We utilize Adobe Premiere Pro in our university hospital to edit recorded (audio) interviews with educators. These interviews contain sensitive patient data as well as instructional information that must not, under any circumstances, be stored on external servers.

 

Therefore, we want to ensure that the transcriptions created with Adobe Premiere Pro are exclusively stored locally on our computers and not transmitted over the internet. Can you confirm for us that Adobe Premiere Pro's transcription tool does not send transcription data over the internet or store it on external servers unless explicitly enabled by the user?

 

We place great importance on safeguarding sensitive information and aim to ensure compliance with all data privacy regulations while utilizing your products. We appreciate your assistance and feedback on this matter.

 

Sincerely,

Marius

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Adobe Employee , Mar 28, 2024 Mar 28, 2024

@Marius Ott A few years ago, we first introduced "Speech to Text" in Premiere Pro which could transcribe your sequence (not source clips). Your sequence audio was rendered to a temp file, uploaded, and transcribed on our servers, then the transcript was sent back down to Premiere Pro and stored in your project data.

 

In a release soon after, we switched to transcription on device with neither the audio nor the transcript text ever leaving your computer. I'm sorry I don't remember exactly when t

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@Marius Ott A few years ago, we first introduced "Speech to Text" in Premiere Pro which could transcribe your sequence (not source clips). Your sequence audio was rendered to a temp file, uploaded, and transcribed on our servers, then the transcript was sent back down to Premiere Pro and stored in your project data.

 

In a release soon after, we switched to transcription on device with neither the audio nor the transcript text ever leaving your computer. I'm sorry I don't remember exactly when this switch happened but any version of Premiere Pro 2023 or 2024 works this way now. Now when you transcribe, the audio of your clips is rendered on device and passed to the transcription engine also on your device – nothing ever leaves your system.

 

The resulting transcript is stored in two places:

  1. Your project data, meaning inside the .prproj file
  2. The computer's local Media Cache, so if you import this same media file in a different project, you don't have to re-transcribe. You can set the media cache location in Preferences > Media Cache.

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