Adding double language caption to video

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Dec 14, 2020

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Hi, i'm trying to add a second language level of close caption to my video

I've written down the first caption stream (Italian language)  and now I want to write the second stream (English langage) without having to redo everything from the beginning. I would like to duplicate the first stream and then type the translation in the text boxs. is it possible?

 

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Adding double language caption to video

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Hi, i'm trying to add a second language level of close caption to my video

I've written down the first caption stream (Italian language)  and now I want to write the second stream (English langage) without having to redo everything from the beginning. I would like to duplicate the first stream and then type the translation in the text boxs. is it possible?

 

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ok I have just seen a topic about this here (it didn't show me that in the search before...) https://community.adobe.com/t5/premiere-pro/open-captions-problem-with-duplicating/td-p/9292615?page...

 

i would delete this post but it doesn't let me....

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Adobe Community Professional ,
Dec 15, 2020

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Yes, you can import captions back into Premiere as you would import any other clip, and then just drop it onto the timeline.

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Yes, follow Merik's advice, and export a caption file (set)and then reimport it. I would also rename it after it is exported.

 

You do not want to duplicate the caption stream inside premier, as this results in premier treating it as less than an independent caption stream. Much of the thread you linkd to was users trying to figure out how to work around the problems that resulted from using duplicate streams.

 

Stan

 

 

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thank you for you answer, i didn't expect to have one since I moved to the other thread, that's why I haven't check this thread again.

 

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