Thai language not correctly displaying in Adobe Premiere. The top Glyhs over lapping the lower Glyhs. The font displays correctly in Word. And no its not the font. As you see with Thai word below is displaying correctly (3rd character).
I have large project with subtitles and titles in the videos. So if anyone can help, thank you.
Also attached images as well for reference.
Correct (3rd character)
Not correct (3rd character)
Did you select the correct settings for Asian and ligatures in Graphics settings in the Preferences?
Thank you for your reply. Yes I did.
If you have Ps I would do the text there and import as psd.
You mention subtitles. If these are PR 2021 caption/subtitles, be sure you have the correct setting there as well. It appears independent of the regular graphics font setting.
See this post:
"Right-click on the Caption track header, choose Track Settings... and then under Styling Options > Text Engine, click button for South Asian and Middle Eastern."
Thank you. I have got the sub-titles working correctly. That leaves the titles. The project is using 'Legacy Titler' So if you can help thank you.
Sorry the problem has not gone away. It works on some characters and does not work on others.
I have attached two images. Both used the same font. One in photoshop (correct) and the other in Premiere (not correct). Please advice on correcting the problem, thank you.
I fixed it. In the SRT text panel. Do a soft return and add space gap. And the character then displays correct!!! on the sub-title
Very interesting! I suspect the problem character(s) are unicode with a nonspacing mark. See this thread:
Does it appear correctly in the Text Panel?
Your workaround is fascinating. I couldn't do a soft return (shift-enter, correct?) in the Text Panel.
And you are adding the space where?