How to Add Subtitles to Videos in Adobe Premiere Pro & Adobe Encore
Updated: January 4, 2018
Whether you’re new to video editing or you manage a professional video library, adding captions should be one essential skill in your arsenal.
Closed captions are the time-synced text that reflect the speech and essential sounds of a video as it plays. They can be toggled on and off by the viewer. But if they’re not burned into the video file itself, how to you add captions to your videos?
Adobe Premiere Pro, a popular video editing software, and Adobe Encore, a DVD authoring program, both allow you to add closed caption and subtitle tracks to your video in the pre-recorded process.
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