I think at least one other user reported that turning "include captions" off did not change this behavior.
I'd file a bug report:
But turning it off would be the same as importing the version without the caption, right?
Is the captioned version importing correctly?
The closed captioning is passed correctly, intact and is exportable.
Seeing that assets of extended duration that DO NOT contain closed captioning are aquired in a more reasonable amount of time (less than 1 minute), I feel the problem is a result of attempting to import (link to) those assets of extended duration that do contain closed captioning, whether or not cc is being stripped on import. To be clear - engaging or disengaging the "Preferences > Media > Include Captions on import" option has no effect on the duration of import - which requires at least 10x more time.
I have been unable to find a buried menu that could address this issue and will file a bug report. Thank you for the link.
I don't think it is an issue of "linking," but that may be a matter of semantics. Captions are encoded in the Project File, as hex code. a) It should be possible to turn off import of the captions. But if you need them in the project, you wouldn't have them without importing them separately. b) It should not take that much longer no matter the mechanism.
Post a link to your bug report so it can be upvoted.
Thanks for the info. I'll try to test with something long, but my test with a 6 minute sample imports too fast to show anything. I used exports from PR with no captions, embed 608, and embed 608 and 708.
What is your source and what type of captions?