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Transcription Edits Not Saving in Team Projects

Explorer ,
Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

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This is specific to team projects.

After having Premiere auto-generates a transcription, I edit the transcription and make corrections.

When I close the team project and reopen it, all my edits are GONE.

Captions edits, however, save ok when reopening.

Everything else saves ok as well such as sequence edits etc.

 

I tested a normal non-teamprojects premiere project file saved to my computer, and transcription edits save just fine.

There was another post about this issue, but I don't think it was for team projects, just regular project files. 

I speculate Adobe fixed this issue for non-team project files when moving from beta to 15.4, but in team projects, the issue persists.

Here is the related post:

Re: Transcribed Sequence not saving with Project F... - Adobe Support Community - 12020212

 

[Moderator note: moved to best forum.]

 

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Adobe Employee , Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

Hi
I'm able to reproduce the issue on my end and created a bug report. It seems if you only edit transcriptions and nothing else, we don't trigger an auto-save and the edits will be wiped out after closing and re-opening the Team Project.
As a workaround you could add (or slightly move) an empty dummy marker to the sequence after you edited the transcriptions. This will force an auto-save and  your transcriptions edits should be retained after closing and re-opening the Team Project.


Best,
Udo


Udo

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Explorer ,
Oct 19, 2021 Oct 19, 2021

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Just to note, I'm having the issue using Premiere Pro 15.4.1 (Build 6) released in August 2021.

So I'm assuming speech to text transcriptions are now out of beta.

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Hi
I'm able to reproduce the issue on my end and created a bug report. It seems if you only edit transcriptions and nothing else, we don't trigger an auto-save and the edits will be wiped out after closing and re-opening the Team Project.
As a workaround you could add (or slightly move) an empty dummy marker to the sequence after you edited the transcriptions. This will force an auto-save and  your transcriptions edits should be retained after closing and re-opening the Team Project.


Best,
Udo


Udo Pawlik  |  Sr Software Product Quality Specialist |  Adobe  |  upawlik@adobe.com

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Hi,

Thanks for the workaround with markers, it worked for me.

 

I also stumbed on a similar workaround...

 

In my situation, I already have my captions track created but..

After making a transcript change, if I click on "Create captions" yet again, and create a dummy captions track, the transcript will save in this case as well. 

I guess it must be force triggering the auto-save as you described.

 

I just delete the multiple dummy captions tracks after I know the transcript is saved.

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