Premiere Pro 15.0 won't export an SRT file

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Mar 15, 2021 Mar 15, 2021

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I updated to PP v15.0 specifically so I could try the captions workflow.

Now I'm done with the captions (for a video 01:38:54 long) but it won't export an SRT file although it will export a TXT file (which have no timecodes). I go through all the usual dialog boxes but the file just isn't there when I'm done.

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Mar 15, 2021 Mar 15, 2021

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Trino, 

 

How specifically are you trying to export? It is working for me. I used the Captions tab in the Export media. You can also export srt from the Text Panel (Captions). Click on the 3 dots -> Export SRT file.

 

The text file with no timecodes sou8nds like you are exporting a transcript.

 

Stan

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Hello Stan,

I've been using the Export to SRT File option in the Text Panel of the Captions Tab.

I also don't have the option to export captions from the file menu as it used to be in previous versions.

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Yes, that should work. I'm Windows 10. I wonder if that is an issue. I would file a bug report.

https://adobe-video.uservoice.com/forums/911233-premiere-pro

 

Yes, the File -> Export -> Captions option is gone.

 

Stan

 

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Yes, it should work. I click Save, the dialog box closes (often with the spinning color wheel following) but then I look for the file in the destination folder and there's nothing.

Exporting a text file in the same way works just fine though, so likely a bug.

Moreover, exporting it as a sidecar to a MOV file didn't help either.

I'll keep trying.

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