You’re looking for a productive way to create captions and subtitles in Final Cut Pro ? Here are some solutions that will help you with that
Final Cut Pro is the ultimate video editor for Mac video professionals. Taking full advantage of Apple’s hardware, it offers unparalleled image, color and sound optimization features.
But while this enhanced version of iMovie allows you to manually edit text on your video, it may lack a more effective captioning feature. For are a busy video creator, the workflow can indeed be quite long and complex.
Here we show you more productive and reliable solutions to create your subtitles, thus helping you provide the best video experience possible.
Video creators and professionals value Final Cut Pro for the way it maximizes their post-production process. With advanced editing and retouching tools, you can optimize the rendering of your films and shorts in depth, and arrange many sequences in video with a few clicks.
But while Final Cut does provide a tool for adding text, it doesn’t really have a productive subtitle solution. Especially for video projects of significant length and complexity, this can waste valuable time in the workflow of your video production.
Yet creating quality subtitles brings you many benefits:
Want to take it to the next level? We’ll show you a way.
There are several ways to make your subtitles on Final Cut. But depending on your needs and the scope of your project, each alternative won’t have the same benefit for you. Here are the choices available to you:
Our Checksub captioning platform combines both human expertise and automatic technology. Here we show you how it can help you.
Since speech recognition technologies have emerged on the market, subtitling has become a much easier job. Previously, creating subtitles by hand was time-consuming and tedious. Now, with automatic subtitling solutions, you can subtitle your video in much less time.
However, professional solutions are still the most reliable for high volume, high demand projects.
Here we present our professional subtitling platform (in collaboration with agencies and freelancers). We created it to help optimize the workflow of creators and video professionals. It helps you to:
If you want to do the work yourself, here is the fastest way to do it with our subtitling solution.
To get started, log in to the Checksub platform. By logging in, you will have direct access to the platform to upload your video. Select your previously uploaded Final Cut content and specify its original language. You can also choose between several languages to translate if needed.
To try out the platform, you have one free hour. If that’s not enough, you can purchase credits at a discounted price.
The API will then perform the speech recognition and provide you with the result within minutes.
When the result is ready, you can click on the language of your video and access the dedicated subtitle editor to check and optimize the synchronization.
Once you are satisfied with the result, you can download your .srt file from the “export” button. Now you just need to import it into Final Cut Pro as shown below. You can drag and drop the file and change the appearance of your subtitles on the platform. You can then upload the embedded subtitles or the SCC file that suits you best!
Here is how you can import your file (SCC, ITT or SRT):
Final Cut’s plateform provides you with many subtitle customization possibilities :
As you can see, creating subtitles still looks like a complex task.
We are well aware of this, which is why you can contact our professional subtitling services directly from the interface. These experts will take care of your video projects and deliver them on time.
You will not have to worry about it anymore and you will get a perfect result. Don’t hesitate to use these services!
And if not, we hope we’ve helped you boost the workflow of your big video productions!