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Batch export with different hardcoded subs

Community Beginner ,
Jul 10, 2023 Jul 10, 2023

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When having several layers of subtitles stacked on top of each other, is it possible to batch export with one version for each subtitle track? I want them hardcoded for each language, but the export settings of the movie can be the same. It's a tedious task to do single exports for each language and aspect ratio..

 

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Jul 10, 2023 Jul 10, 2023

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Hola, es un buen punto atener en cuenta, hace un par de meses hice un trabajo similar y tuve que exportarlo por separado como indicas. Creo que sería una buena idea crear una actualización con dicha opción.

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Jul 10, 2023 Jul 10, 2023

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@Mathias Bratseth Jensen  I am assuming that these are Subtitle type caption tracks, and that by hardcoded you mean "burned in."

 

I believe Harold is correct. The "easiest" workaround would be to go through each format/aspect option, making different Caption tracks active, Export, rename as needed and send to AME. Repeat for each options. Yes, tedious.

 

@EckiAME I have never played with the watch folders. But I assume they are not useful here because a) the output format differences are ones that required them to be edited diffferently and b) we have no control over iterating through caption track to be active. True?

 

@Fergus Hammond @Francis-Crossman Does it matter which "team" would work on this? I assume it is the captions group.

 

@Harold SIlva B. Be sure to upvote in the to left box. I don't think the OP can upvote their own idea.

 

Stan

 

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@Stan Jones Correct, I'm dealing with caption tracks and I want them "burned in". 

 

Stacking up individual exports in AME would be the best solution as far as I can tell. For this project 24 versions will do, but for future projects I fear there will be a lot more languages. There might be a decent solution outside of premiere, but it would have been a neat option to have during export. 

 

Mathias

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