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Closed & Open Caption Workflows

Captioning video is a necessity for some types of content. Even when it's not a necessity, captioning video is beneficial because it allows the content to be seen in multiple locations and by more people. In this course, you can learn how to use Adobe Premiere Pro in your captioning workflow. First, learn about the different types of captions, including open and closed. Next, discover best practices you can follow to help make a transcription process go smoothly, whether you use a transcription service or generate transcripts on your own. Then, learn how to create and format caption tracks. Lastly, learn how to export correctly, especially because not every format supports embedded captions.

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Length 45m 34s
Starts On Demand (None)
Cost $29
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Instructor Jeff I. Greenberg
Free Limited Content
Language English
Tags Video Premiere Pro Video Editing

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LinkedIn Learning

Rating Not enough ratings
Length 45m 34s
Starts On Demand (None)
Cost $29
From LinkedIn Learning
Instructor Jeff I. Greenberg
Free Limited Content
Language English
Tags Video Premiere Pro Video Editing