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I'm using a useful app to import .srt subtitles into Premiere Pro called, PremiereSRT: PremiereSRT - Bring your SRT subtitles to Adobe Premiere Pro CC
As you can see, there are a bazillion titles on my timeline now, which is good — but as soon as they are on the timeline, they slow Premiere Pro down like crazy.
And Premiere Pro suddenly ceases to be responsive.
Could it be because the title files that are imported [via XML] are .prtl files?
Is there a way to mitigate this slow-down?
Me again. I think the issue is that Premiere Pro is having a tough time drawing all the individual titles, which is what is causing the slow-down.
Anyone have any smart work-arounds that could help?
[Note, the timeline is still slow, even if I disable the titles].
Thanks in advance,
My current work-around is to nest all the titles, which isn't ideal for obvious reasons.
However, it does solve the issue of PrP having to draw all the titles, and I regain the usual responsiveness
of the sequence.
If anyone from Adobe is reading this, I'd love to be able to ask if you'd be able to take a look at the titles being
generated by the subtitling app via xml to see if there is any way to adjust them so that they don't slow down the edit.
same issue here, seems like nobody cares, do you solve it, by the way
Curious: what version of PR are you running?
This mac only app created the old style titles in PR (.prtl), so is not longer supported for versions since . And Adobe has moved on.
The same company appears to have newer options, such as: