I am keen to hear your final outcome?
I am at present studying the 'how tos' on adding Subtitles and Captions within PP CS6. Not much info out there!
Any help is appreciated.
The project I was referring to was an eLearning project which I created in
Captivate 5.5 with slide video containing subtitles. To avoid purchasing
new software, we ended up going a different route for subtitles, and
instead used Closed Captions inside of Captivate. You don't have as much
control over how your titles appear, but it worked well for our needs.
Hopefully this is somewhat helpful, but my guess is that you are not using
Captivate as part of your work flow.
PMJI, but I recently started using a program called Subtitle Edit (http://www.nikse.dk/SubtitleEdit/) not to be confused with another program called Subtitle Editor.
Subtitle Edit is open source, full featured and supports dozens of file types(in/out and convert). I use it in conjunction with our Accordent(now Polycom) Capture Station webinar systems. I haven't used in conjunction with AdobeCS products yet, but it does list Encore and Captivate in it's I/O list. It's definitely worth a look-see.
I'm working on Premiere Pro CS5.5 and I tried to use Subtitle Edit v3.3.14. It doesn't work... I export subtitles in .SCC but when I import in my adobe software, I see the subtitle only on 1 frame? Where does it come from?