Starting with Premiere Pro CC 2014 (8.2), the Speech-to-Text feature or Speech Analysis functionality is removed.

You can no longer analyze any media and generate speech-to-text metadata in Premiere Pro CC 2014 (8.2) or later. You can, however, continue to view the speech-to-text metadata in Premiere Pro CC 2014 (8.2) or later for any clips that were previously analyzed using Premiere Pro CC 2014 (8.1) or earlier versions.

Please see Speech analysis for workarounds and for more information.

The Speech Analysis tool in Adobe Premiere Pro and Prelude allows you to examine the audio of a video file for an automatic transcription. However, the tool only transcribes the audio of the language that was originally installed.

Additional language packs are available for download. They allow Adobe Premiere Pro and Prelude to transcribe a greater variety of languages. You can see the available languages in the Speech section of Analyze Content dialog box. Uninstalled packs are listed, but are dimmed and can't be selected.

Use the following sections to auto-download or manually download speech libraries for your version of Premiere Pro.

Automatic download instructions | Premiere Pro and Prelude

Adobe Premiere Pro and Prelude feature an easy-to-use workflow for installing speech libraries:

  1. In Adobe Premiere Pro or Prelude, choose Window > Extensions > Adobe Exchange.

  2. In the Adobe Exchange panel, click the search field.

    Clicking the search field in the Adobe Exchange panel
  3. Type in the language that you would like to install. Press Enter and the appropriate language pack appears.

  4. Click the language pack. On the details page, click Free.

  5. Agree to the licensing agreement. Download and installation are automatic from here.

Manual download instructions

To manually download an additional speech library, click the link for your language, operating system, and Premiere Pro version.

Speech Analysis Models for Adobe Premiere Pro CS5.5

Speech Analysis Models for Adobe Premiere Pro CS5

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