Using Premiere Pro to create burnt-in subtitles

CaptionHub’s built-in renderer offers the fastest and easiest way to create burnt-in subtitles, otherwise known as open captions. Just select the language you need in the Download tab, and click on the “Render” button. Once it’s done, click on the...
Automatic edit detection

Automatic edit detection

Edit Detection We’ve written earlier about the importance of frame accurate captions. On a human level, captions that don’t cross frame boundaries are significantly less jarring, they’re much easier to read. So there’s a moral imperative to do...
Automatically align a transcript

Automatically align a transcript

Automatically align a transcript We bang on a lot about our amazing speech recognition, now in 28 languages. Quite rightly: with well recorded audio, it’s a massive time saver. We’ve had people write in to say that they’re seeing savings of up to...
New feature: burnt-in subtitles

New feature: burnt-in subtitles

Introducing burnt-in subtitles   We’re delighted to announce that CaptionHub now has the ability to export burnt-in subtitles (open captions) directly from a web browser. At last! If it’s something you’d like to road test, then please contact...