2 Replies Latest reply on Oct 20, 2016 10:39 AM by Mylenium

    Add Interactive Transcript/Subtitle to left of video...Is this possible?

    marion.barry@sociomantic.

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      I am trying to create a tutorial video, like the format below. I would like the video (with audio) to be displayed on the left and on the right, transcript to the video. The transcript bar would display the full script, which the user could scroll up and down and if the user clicked on a piece of text, they would be directed to this scene. The text would also be highlighted when the corresponding scene is being displayed in the video

       

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      Is it possible to do this?

       

      Thanks

        • 1. Re: Add Interactive Transcript/Subtitle to left of video...Is this possible?
          Peru Bob Adobe Community Professional & MVP

          marion.barry@sociomantic. wrote:

           

           

          I am trying to create a tutorial video, like the format below. I would like the video (with audio) to be displayed on the left and on the right, transcript to the video.

          Yes, After Effects can do that, but it's easier and better to do that in Premiere Pro.

           

          marion.barry@sociomantic. wrote:

           

          The transcript bar would display the full script, which the user could scroll up and down and if the user clicked on a piece of text, they would be directed to this scene. The text would also be highlighted when the corresponding scene is being displayed in the video

           

           

          No, not in After Effects.

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          • 2. Re: Add Interactive Transcript/Subtitle to left of video...Is this possible?
            Mylenium Most Valuable Participant

            Displaying editable and user-controllabel text is a function of the player software and/ or surrounding web page. This has nothing to do with AE or Premiere. At best you can embed specific markers and timecodes in your video, but you still need to have the facilities in place to actually have e.g. some JavaScrip read those markers and pull the text on the web page and highlight it. Similar things would apply to conventional closed captions that are rendered dynamically by the player software. Otherwise all you can ever do is create burned in text.

             

            Mylenium