When importing a Spanish language .srt file Premiere Pro CC2017 doesn't recognize the accent marks (á, é, í, ó, ú, ü, ñ, ¿, ¡). They all appear as asterisks. They will show up though If I manually paste in the correct letter/accent into the captions editor. Obviously this makes adding Spanish captions a real pain to deal with. Is there something I am missing to get these .srt files to work correctly or is this just another bug?
Actually, the converter worked for the accented letters, but there are other letters missing sporadically, usually before an accented letter. Even more bizarre than that, is that some accented letters display in the caption editor, but do not display on the preview screen. What a nightmare. I'm using the latest Premiere version with Portuguese subtitles.
I have a Spanish .scc file that is having this problem. It seems every accented letter is missed. I tried some of these online conversion tools with no luck.
Wondering if it would work if I changed my Mac OS language to Spanish if it would work. Hmmm.
Any progress Adobe? I have a screening next month in Mexico City.