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Export frame from each clip with existing marker's title as subtitble

New Here ,
Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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I'm editting a video clip from a huge set of recordings,

1. I've sorted them all first into separate sequences based on the place,

2. Then I'm reviewing each sequence and cutting out potentially usefull clips & moving them one track up
3. Every time there is a lipsync going on within said clips, I add a marker with the exact text that is being performed
4. After I'm done with markering I wish to export first frame (& last) from each clip so that I can put them all on a miro board to improve my awerness of each clip (easier to work with than a 1-dementional sequence inside PP). I know how to do this thanks to that post.

the only thing idk how to perform in batch is how to add a subtitle to these frames based on the marker's title, it would be awesome to have it on those exported frames, so that I can group shots with the same text lipsynced and order them based on the placement in the song

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Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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is it possible to create some code script to automate it? 

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Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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There's a plugin from FX Factory that takes markers and saves them in a way that you can then bring them back into Premiere Pro and add them as subtitles. It's a process! And the plugin is also expensive, in my opinion. https://fxfactory.com/info/subtitles/

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Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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I see, such a shame it does not support Windows, I will try looking for a similar one that does,
in worst case scenario I fill be forced to borrow a mac from a friend

on the other hand, I might check how long would it take to master Premiere Pro SDK and write a plugin/script by myself 😅

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Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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You could do auto transcribe and then add the captions from that automatically to your whole sequence, which should work too; it will just take some time if you have a lot of footage. That's the approach I'd try first despite the fact you've already done the markers.

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Sep 10, 2022 Sep 10, 2022

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the problem is that the language is not EN but PL, which detection is probably much worse, since there is smaller business need from the product perspective
+ the nature of shooting music videos in public places doesn't help, additionally the audio comes from an in-built mic, sometimes I'm reading the words from people's mouth

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I understand. That is a predicament for sure.

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