Final Cut Pro X: Extract or Import Closed Captions [video]

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[This is an excerpt from a recent on-line video webinar: “Closed Captions in Apple Final Cut Pro X” which is available as a download in our store, or as part of our Video Training Library.]

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New with the 10.4.1 update to Final Cut Pro X is the ability to create closed captions and subtitles directly inside FCP X. This week’s webinar shows you how this new feature works.

Join host, Larry Jordan, as he illustrates how to:

Captions are increasingly necessary, even for small projects; and online captioning is often laughably bad. Watch this session and learn how to handle captions yourself.

In this short video excerpt, Larry Jordan shows how to use Final Cut Pro X to extract existing captions from a movie or import and apply a closed caption file to the timeline.


Extract or Import Closed Captions into Final  Cut Pro X

TRT: 6:10 — MPEG-4 HD movie


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2 Responses to Final Cut Pro X: Extract or Import Closed Captions [video]

  1. Warren Nelson says:

    Can’t seem to play either of these videos on my late 2016 MacBook Pro, running High Sierra 10.13.3.

    Won’t play on either Safari or Chrome.

    I’m hoping I’m unique! 🙂

    • Larry says:

      Warren:

      I’m sorry – they play both on my iMac in the office and my 2013 MacBook Pro laptop on the road.

      Hopefully, you are the only person experiencing this problem.

      Larry

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