I am working with Chinese and English open captions on Premiere (Chinese and English on each slide). Often (but not always), when I render and save, then quit, I will reopen the project to find that my rendering to my captions has not saved, and that any changes I've made to subtitles have not updated and saved. I'm stuck back on some old version of the subtitles that I don't want anymore.
I've been assured by an Adobe rep that this is impossible, but it keeps happening over and over and over. I know I am saving my work super-regularly, because I have issues with the stability of the program and it often crashes. Other parts of the project seem to save without issue - titles, other aspects of editing - but not the subtitles.
Every Adobe rep has checked my computer and software specs and has not been able to assist me.
I am sorry that you are facing trouble saving Open captions in Premiere Pro.
I checked your account details & I can see that your last interaction (with our support team) got disconnected without troubleshooting.
I request you to the support team again and refer to this case# 0189384757
I have this problem too, i edit my open caption color from white to yellow then i save. when i re-open. it back to before i edited with white color. it happen sometimes not always. But its quite irritating for me
I got the same problem!
I'm translating Spanish interviews with open captions. When I close and reopen the project after saving, sometimes the captions I added are gone while all other edits are saved. Anything that can be done about it?
Same here. Lost 8 hours of work - even though I regularly saved my project, even occasionally as new project files. Also the auto save files only contain captions for a few minutes. All gone!
This is not supposed to happen! Never ever! Especially with software that expensive.
Adobe, this really sucks!
Now I tried exporting the captions as .srt on a regular basis. This noes not work neither: The export only contains captions until a certain timestamp (~ 8 minutes), everything added after that time is not in the .srt file.
It's impossible to save the file with captions, it's impossible to export the captions - so what am I supposed to do?
I just lost five hours of work and i need to explain it to my client now... i'm pissed beyond words!
I saved the program and after reopening in one timeline all the changes i made to my open captions were
gone. in the other timeline it was saved correctly. WTF?
Same here, very frustrating, did a good amount of subtitles and now they are all gone except the first 5-8 lines. I checked all the autosaves but none having any saves of the subtitles on them. So much time and work lost. Who´s going to make up for that time and work? And adobe just raised their fees. ?????????
It´s quite ridiculous that I have to use another program to make the subtitles because I cannot trust adobe premiere with this as is not saving them. Adobe team , can you please help us fix this problem?
In an earlier version of the project, I had many individual subtitle/captions elements (one for each language that was translated) and a couple of them just wouldn't save the changes so I had SimonSay.ai create a single long .srt and made changes to that, but now after saving and re-opening many changes are not saving.
All the text changes to open captions saved, but none of the trimming/nudging/realigning/timing. The timing that I realigned and saved "drifts" by roughly 8 frames, then 12 frames, then 24 frames as the sequence continues. By 1.5 hours into the sequence, it is off by five seconds or more.
I would be "satisfied" with knowing the exact way in which I should expect this function *not* to work so I could work around it (e.g., "subtitling MUST be done in a single session, otherwise, change cannot be expected to be saved" or even "We've abandoned this feature and suggest you use _______ program for it which is more standard").
14.8.0 (build 39). Mac.
Very few stability issues in general and in a previous version of premiere subtitles/captions could not be changed with the mouse on the sequence (only with the internal caption time code). Once that started working again in this new version of Premiere I started trusting captions/subtitles again and they worked very well when I only had five minutes of an interview that needed them.
The drift is observed in the PR timeline or on export? If in the timeline, it does not align at all, or after reopening the project they are wrong?
Open Captions or ?