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Premiere Pro - Police dans les sous titres

Participant ,
Jun 27, 2020 Jun 27, 2020

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Bonjour,

J'ai essayé de trouver comment changer la police de caractere des sous-titre, je ne vois pas apparaitre le champ "police" dans le panneau. Comment le faire apparaitre?

 

Hello,

I tried to find how it's possible to change charactere type of subtitles. I dont find the field to choose the police type. How is it possible to view it?

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Jun 28, 2020 Jun 28, 2020

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Your captions are CEA-608 - Closed Captions. You cannot set the font.

 

Are you embedding the captions? Exporting a sidecar file? Or burning in?

 

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Jun 28, 2020 Jun 28, 2020

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Thank you, no, I write manualy the captions

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Jun 28, 2020 Jun 28, 2020

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> "I write manualy the captions"

 

I don't understand.

 

When you export your final movie, how will a viewer see the captions/subtitles? 1) Broadcast TV with "closed captions"? 2) "Burned in" to the movie file so the captions cannot be turned off? 3) Or using a sidecar file that you can turn on or off (e.g. Youtube)?

Stan

 

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Jun 29, 2020 Jun 29, 2020

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Thank you for your answer.

when I export the media, I burn the caption inside so, the captions are in the movie finally.

I found a way to modify the police, I used the "option caption: text clear". with this optit's ble to modifhey police, but if I use the the option CEA 608 or CEA 708 it's not possible to modify the police.

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Thank you for the clarification.

 

I think you have changed to use Open Captions which are intended to be burned in. Open Captions have the options of using many fonts.

 

Stan

 

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