Despite the guide at https://helpx.adobe.com/premiere-pro/using/speech-to-text.html when I click on the "Transcribe" button in the Transcript tab (there is no "Create transcription" in the tab) there is no pop-up settings panel where one would select audio analysis, language or other features. I cannot locate the transcript setting anywhere which means that I am unable to set the language to Spanish. Can anyone advise me on my obvious error and the easy solution. I've tried this on three different computers with different user accounts.
Windows 10 Enterprise; Premiere Pro ver 23.4.0.
This is only when you are transcribing source media and not when you are making a static transcription of a sequence. And for many of the situations when you transcribe source media, it may open the options dialogue. Sorry, I have not tested enough to know when it pops up and when it doesn't.
Before transcribing anything (and you can do this in the new project mode or in Edit ->Preferences -> Transcript), set your language and whether you want Speakers identified or not.
Note that you CANNOT pick which audio track. For source media, it will always use the first audio track.
These FAQs may be useful, but they don't explain this....
The Text-based editing is new and we'll see changes in the documentation.
Hey Stan, Thank you for pointing me to the overlooked (by me) distinction between "source clips" and "sequences" in this process. You diagnosed the problem correctly and pointed me towards the correct procedures. I wish I had asked you first, before spending hours reading Adobe pages and viewing videos that did not underline the key point to first ensure you are working with the sequence. Cheers! -Eric
This new process is full of differences that are easy to overlook. That is often true of a powerful feature like this that has many different ways to enhance editing.
We're all going to keep learning together for some time....
I am pretty confused on this myself. I've created a new sequence and added the source clip to it. I have no option to transcribe the sequence. I'm only given the option to transcribe the source clip as noted below. Any additional detail would be helpful. Thanks!