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Editing a transcript the cursor will jump to the start of the sentence randomly.

Enthusiast ,
Mar 15, 2023 Mar 15, 2023

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Premiere Pro 23.1.0, iMac x86 (but have also seen this on a M1 Mac)

When editing an auto generated speech to text transcript the cursor will randomly jump to the start of the sentence and highlight the first word and you can accidentally type over it. This slows down the ediitng process and can result in unforseen errors. The symptoms are the cursor will jump to the start of the sentence, highlight the first word and the interface will jump back a few paragraphs meaning you can't even se you're typing over something.

 

This does not hapen when editing captions using WYSIWYG - only when directly editing the transcript which is the correct way to work ifyou want to supply an accurate transcript at the end of the job.

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Apr 05, 2024 Apr 05, 2024

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Hello @JOHN MONDO,

Thanks for the message. It’s been a long time since you filed this bug, and I apologize for the lack of a response. Are you still having this issue? If so, the team will need more information from you to reproduce the bug. Can you provide the information required here? How do I write a bug report?

 

I'll move your post to the Discussions board while we await your information.

 

Thanks,


Kevin

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