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SUBTITLE - Exporting STL Binary or Avid DS file

Explorer ,
Oct 10, 2022 Oct 10, 2022

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Hey everyone,

I'm using premire 22.6.2 and I'm trying to get to the old export menu for the subtilte. I need to export to STL or Avid DS. You used to have the option of selecting EBU STL in the old export window, but it's gone in the new version. 

 

Any ideas?

Thanks for your help

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Community Expert , Oct 10, 2022 Oct 10, 2022

From your screenshot, the captions track you created is type "Subtitle." The only export option is SRT.

 

To export STL, you must have an EBU caption track.

 

You can change the subtitle type (right click track header, track settings), but it might not support the properties/style you want.

 

I would try converting the SRT to STL using an on line converter. See if that is accepted. Let us know.

 

Stan

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The actual EBU subtitle type is very limited on styles, since it is a more classic closed caption type. STL sidecar export is still available for that subtitle type when you export and select Sidecar in the Caption options. If that is what you are looking for check the caption sidecar types in the export options. Let us know.

 

If you are looking to export Subtitles as STL (the old Open Captions), I can address further.

 

Stan

 

 

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Explorer ,
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Hi Stan,

thanks for the quick reply. When I chose side car the SLT option is not availble anymore. It used to be down there at file format, but there are no options or check marks to set. Same thing if I use the old export window in Media Encoder. 

Could you point me to the right box?

 

In general the production company asked me specifically for STL or Avid DS because the subtitles need to be transferred to Media Composer.

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From your screenshot, the captions track you created is type "Subtitle." The only export option is SRT.

 

To export STL, you must have an EBU caption track.

 

You can change the subtitle type (right click track header, track settings), but it might not support the properties/style you want.

 

I would try converting the SRT to STL using an on line converter. See if that is accepted. Let us know.

 

Stan

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