253: Closed Captions in Apple Final Cut Pro X

253: Closed Captions in Apple Final Cut Pro X

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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 with Larry Jordan shows you how this new feature works.

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Presented: May 2, 2018

Several times each month, Larry Jordan presents a live, on-line, video training webinar discussing issues related to video editing and post-production. For a list of upcoming webinars, click here.

Duration: 39:49
Download file size: 432 MB (Downloaded as a ZIP file)
Format: QuickTime movie (HD: 1280 x 720)

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COURSE DESCRIPTION

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:

  • Pick the right caption file for your distribution system
  • Import captions from a file
  • Create captions manually
  • Position and format captions
  • Determine if a caption is invalid
  • Work with captions for multiple languages
  • Embed captions into a movie file
  • Export captions for social media

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.

AUDIENCE LEVEL

This is an intermediate-level session. Some knowledge of FCP X operations will be helpful in understanding this process. This training is delivered as a single QuickTime movie.

CHAPTER MARKERS

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CONTENT OUTLINE

  • Welcome
  • – Agenda
  • Important Stuff You Need to Know
  • – Before you begin
  • – Caption workflow
  • – Supported caption formats
  • – Who supports what?
  • – Additional notes
  • Final Cut Pro X Demos
  • – How to turn on caption display
  • – Extract captions from a movie
  • – Captions don’t look good
  • – Import a caption file
  • – Manually create captions
  • – Create a caption role
  • – Reposition a caption
  • – Invalid captions
  • – Format SCC captions
  • – Split multi-line captions
  • – Convert caption formats
  • – Format iTT captions
  • – Export an SCC caption file
  • – Examine the exported file
  • – Embed SCC captions into a movie file
  • – View embedded captions
  • – Duplicate existing captions
  • – Create multiple languages
  • – Timeline Index caption display
  • – Search and spell-check
  • – Export multiple languages
  • – Move clips and captions
  • – Link captions to connected clips
  • Summary
  • Audience Questions