Overview of Adobe Speech to Text for Premiere ProWith this tool, you can automatically generate transcripts of your video dialogue and add captions to your video to increase accessibility and viewer engagement. As your video editing nears completion, use this tool to create a transcription of your footage.
You can add speech-paced captions to your timeline using the machine learning capabilities of Adobe Sensei. You can also stylize your video captions and adjust their position using the editing tools in the Essential Graphics panel.
Features of Adobe Speech to Text for Premiere Pro
- Caption to all videos
- Make videos more accessible across platforms
- Increase viewer engagement
- Automated, Integrated, and ultimately creative
- Automates transcription and subtitles
- Impressive accuracy in 13 languages
- Easy and efficient to add value to your video
Technical Details and System RequirementsPre-installed Adobe Premiere Pro 2022 version 22.2 or higher
How to Subtitle Videos Automatically in Premiere Pro Using Speech-to-TextTranscribing speech in videos used to be a time-consuming and taxing exercise, but today with Sensei Speech-to-Text included in the latest versions of Adobe Premiere Pro, transcription is a breeze. In this tutorial you will learn how to use Adobe's Sensei Speech-to-Text feature in three simple steps.
1. Create TranscriptionWith your video opened in Premiere Pro, click on Text in the Text Panel to open the Create Transcription option.
This will open up the Create Transcription Panel where you have a few options for customising your transcript including the choice of 13 languages. Click Transcribe and in a few seconds to a few minutes depending on the length of your video, your transcription will be processed.
2. Review and EditOnce the transcription process is completed you will see the text from your video in the Text Panel. Your transcript is divided into small blocks of time corresponding to the timeline in your video.
You can review and edit the transcript in the Text Panel by double clicking a word in the text. Wherever you click in the transcript you will automatically be taken to the corresponding speech in your video.
3. Create CaptionsWhen you're happy with your text you can turn it into captions by clicking the Create Captions and Create buttons.
The caption segments will be positioned on the timeline accurately matching the pace of speech in the video.
You can fine-tune the appearance of your captions using the tools in the Essential Graphics Panel and even save your settings as a preset to customise all your captions consistently. And that's it. You now know how to create both transcripts and captions for your video in no time at all.