Learn how to use closed captions in Adobe Presenter.

Adobe Presenter automatically converts voice recording captured during the recording into closed captions text through the speech to text conversion engine.

You can also enter your own script as a closed caption text and use it.

From Adobe Presenter 10 onwards, you can export your Closed captions as SRT files.

Alternatively, you can add/edit closed caption text post-production through the editing screen.

The control for enabling and disabling closed captions is available in the Adobe Presenter video recording screen (through Yes/No toggle buttons) and the video editing screen (through the button).

When you enable closed captions, the captions appear on the right pane of the Adobe Presenter video editing screen. The captions are organized based on the timeline of the video that is played.

Supported languages*:

  1. English
  2. Spanish
  3. German
  4. Japanese
  5. French
  6. Korean

* Based on the initial Presenter language version chosen by you.

Pastaba:

Additional language support and post production editing features are available only from Presenter 9 onwards.

Add closed captions

Adobe Presenter Video Express automatically converts audio in your project to closed captions. Generation of closed captions happens on the cloud and therefore, you must have internet connectivity to use this feature.

Pastaba:

Closed captions are currently optimized for American English. There is no support available now for Portuguese or Brazilian closed caption. 

You can import SRT files from your computer and you can also export closed captions as SRT files. 

To add closed captions as subtitles in your presentation:

  1. Click CC option in the Toolbar at the left pane to open the Subtitles panel. Click the On/Off toggle button adjacent to Subtitles title to enable closed captions.

    Creating closed captions
    Creating closed captions
  2. Click Create to add closed captions in the panel. You can choose the Untitled closed caption and click Edit to add the subtitles to it. Change the name of the Closed caption or subtitle in Edit panel. 

    Pastaba:

    To get better quality results, you can copy-paste the audio script into the Closed Caption window and generate it.

  3. To import an SRT file from your computer, click Import in the Subtitles panel.

    It takes some time to generate and display the closed captions.

Embed closed captions

In edit mode, click CC option in the Toolbar in the left pane.

Choose Embed toggle button at the bottom of the Subtitles panel to embed the subtitles as part of the video. It implies that the closed captions are embedded or baked into the video.

If you choose Un-Embed option, a CC text appears at the bottom-right corner of the screen. You can click the CC text and select the subtitle of your choice to appear in the video. 

Embed closed captions
Embed closed captions

Edit closed captions

To edit closed captions, select the closed caption from the Subtitles panel and then click Edit at the bottom of the panel. An Edit Subtitle panel appears. Click the text area for each subtitle and add names as per your choice. 

Edit subtitle
Edit subtitle

Enable or disable closed captions in published output

To enable and disable closed captions in the published output, select the toggle option On or Off available in the Subtitles panel.

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