Look at the exported file with MediaInfo. It will show you if the captions are there.
If they are not there, what specific dot version of Premiere Pro are you using?
How did you export? From PR directly? Or by queuing to Adobe Media Encoder?
Link to MediaInfo:
Thank you for the link.
I did try both. Pr and Adobe Media Encoder, still doesn't work.
The version I am using is Version 12.1.2 (build 69).
MFX OP1a :
Video codec : XDCAMHD 50 NTSC (4.2.2)
1920x1080 (1.0), 29.97fps, Upper, 48 000 hz, 8 channels, 24 bits
In the sequence, I try to put the closed caption in v2,v3,v4. It didn't change nothings. I can see my closed caption when I put it on in the monitor, it's all about the export with the embedded closed caption.
I'll take a look this evening. Can you post a screenshot of your export settings? Make sure the summaries show and the caption tab.
What did MediaInfo show?
What type Caption stream (608 or 708)?
What program are you using to playback re setting CC on?
Can you upload the file so I can take a look? VLC can be tricky for playing back captions. Mediainfo shows the caption file is there.
The captions are there, as indicated both in mediainfo and by importing the file to PR and viewing the captions there.
Some players do not support mxf, and I cannot get VLC to play the captions. But that appears to be an issue with VLC.
Can anyone tell us what is a good test option for mxf with embedded CC captions?