Hello dear Premiere users,
I am evaluating Premiere Pro for its audio transcription feature, and I can't make it work.
I use Windows 7 64 bits.
My knowledge of Premiere Pro is limited so I might be missing a step.
Here is what I do: (Since I am using a French version of Premiere Pro, some interface 'terms' may be actually different in the English version of Premiere Pro).
• I create a Premiere project
• In the media Explorer tab, I open a video file (720p mp4 from Youtube), of an audio file (mp3 for an Internet podcast).
• I select the Metadata tab and I press the Analyze button > I select Audio, and Quality: High
Adobe Media Encoder is lauched and works for some seconds or minutes (depending on the length of my file)
It creates 3 files in C:\Users\Xxx\AppData\Local\Temp : a .cit file, an .xml file and a .txt file.
The .txt file contains English words so something is going right.
But no text appears in Premiere Pro, in the Metadata tab.
What step am I missing?
Thank you in advance,
My guess would be that you need to import the clips before you Analyze them, rather than just loading them into the Source Monitor.
Thank you Jim, this seem to work.
Now I have a new question : how can I save the transcriptions that Adobe Media Encoder has finished?
I see the .cit are created in a temp folder : will they be saved elsewhere when I save my Premiere Project?
Again, thank you in advance,