February 3, 2015 at 7:38PM
Easiest way to make "burn-in" subtitles?
So I've done some searching on the internet but couldn't come up with a ideal answer yet so i figured i'd try here. I work in a range of editing programs, mostly in Premiere and am looking for a way to create subtitles easily.
Some problems that i've encountered over the years of doing them....
Final cut 7- If i decided later that i wanted to change style/size i would have to go through on each one and make the change. No support for copying and pasting text attributes.
Premiere- Not a fan of their title tool at all.
After Effects- Easier to work with for subtitles but it's harder to edit & trim. Also just as hard as FCP7 to make any font style/size changes.
Is there any 3rd party programs that make this easier. I came across "InqScribe" and like the idea of it however it lacks supports for exporting XML to premiere.
Thanks in advance,