How to Add Closed Captions in Adobe Premiere and
Adobe Encore

Why Add Captions to Videos?

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Studies show that YouTube videos with captions receive 7% more views.

WATCH TIME

MOBILE-FRIENDLY

Users can watch your video without headphones on-the-go.

Captions make video accessible to Deaf and hard-of-hearing viewers.

INCLUSION

FOCUS

Closed captions help viewers stay focused and retain information.

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Adding captions to videos doesn't have to be hard.

You can create and add closed caption and subtitle tracks directly to your video projects in Adobe Premiere and Adobe Encore. Premiere captions can be exported as a side car file or as an encoded video file. Fill out the form below to get your free step-by-step guide on captioning video in Adobe Premiere and Adobe Encore with 3Play Media.



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Adding captions to videos doesn't have to be hard. 
Fill out the form below to get your free step-by-step guide on captioning video in Adobe Premiere and Adobe Encore with 3Play Media.

Fill out the form below to get your free step-by-step guide on captioning video in Adobe Premiere and Adobe Encore with 3Play Media.

Adding captions to videos doesn't have to be hard.