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This tutorial will guide you through the steps of adding captions and subtitles in Sony Vegas Pro.
Importing Captions into Sony Vegas Pro
First, upload the video you want captioned to thedesigningfairy.com. It is helpful if the submitted video is the final version from Vegas as this will ensure that the timing of your captions perfectly matches the events on screen. After you’ve uploaded the video, select SubRip (.srt) fromOutput File Format(s)and then checkout. When the caption file is ready, navigate to the ‘My Files’ page and click the download button next to the relevant file.
Once you have downloaded your file, follow these steps to import it into Sony Vegas Pro.
Order a SRT Caption File Here
1. Create A New Project
In Sony Vegas Pro, chooseNewfrom theFilemenu. This will display the ‘New Project’ dialogue box. Use the dialogue box to set your project’s properties and then selectOKto create the project.
2. Exporting Captions As An External File
For some Webcasting formats such as YouTube, it is necessary that the captions be saved as an external file. In this case, select Tools and then choose Scripting. From the menu produced, choose the relevant command. In the ‘Save’ dialogue box, specify a file name and folder for the captions file. Click on the Save button.
Your Captioning Workflow
Congrats! You should now know how to add captions and subtitles in Sony Vegas Pro.
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Sony Vegas Pro is an excellent editing software and makes it easy to add captions and subtitles to your videos. You can make the process even easier by getting your caption files directly from thedesigningfairy.com starting from only $1.25/minute.