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Add 'Export Subtitles' to a Separate Video File

Oct 14, 2011 12:17 AM

Tags: #subtitles

Here are two features that I think would be extremely helpful.  Note the end goal would be to produce a single video file that you can overlay subtitles on top as another video file.  ie: you want to make a video file with a subtitle track permanently on.

 

1)  Export the subtitles, on their own, to a single video file, such that you can then add this file as an overlay video track in Premiere, and export the whole thing into what ever format you like. 

 

2)  Have Encore export the project as a single hi-def video file, with a subtitle track permanently on. (not as a video dvd or flash dvd folder)

 

Thanks,

Ricky Roma

 
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    Oct 14, 2011 5:43 AM   in reply to wkhan69

    Look at the subtitle import/export options. Is there an option to import them into Premiere? That would give you what you want.

     

    If not, I think that is the better feature request. You don't need a video file to provide Premiere with the overlay you describe.

     
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