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Idea 3 of 4: Font / styling consideration on caption generation

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Nov 22, 2022 Nov 22, 2022

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Note: I originally wrote this in response to a helpful walkthrough video from Premire Gal, which I reference below. Seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qj8BHDQdCy8

 

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Font / styling consideration on caption generation. Notice how ​@Premiere Gal set captions to cover 2 lines, yet several of them appear in 3, which she then had to go in and manually adjust. This is because Premiere calculates caption-length in isolation from true pixel-width of rendered text. For true pixel length accuracy, you must take into consideration font and styling. Why not do this by default? instead of characters per line, maybe it's "% of frame-width per line."

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