How to Add Subtitles to Videos in Final Cut Pro 7 & Final Cut Pro X
Updated: January 4, 2018
Think you know how to add captions to videos in Final Cut Pro?
The latest version of Final Cut Pro (Version X) has a completely different process for adding captions or subtitle tracks to video. If you’ve upgraded to the new version, you may need a tutorial — especially because you’ll also need to use Apple Compressor to complete the process.
Final Cut Pro 7 lets you add captions from start to finish within the video editing program.
Want simple, step-by-step instructions that you can print, save, and share?
Click on the image below to download a free PDF guide on how to add captions and subtitles to video in Final Cut Pro.
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