All about CAPTIONS and SUBTITLES in PREMIERE PRO

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[Music] Hello creative filmmakers, thanks for watching Orange83. Today I'm going to show you how to make delicious sushi. [Music] [Vinyl scratch] Ha, ha, don't worry, you clicked at the right video. We're going to talk about captions and subtitles. In this video we'll go over the following topics: First, I will explain the difference between subtitles and captions. Next, I'll show you how to add captions in your video inside Premiere Pro. I'm using Premiere Pro 2018 for this tutorial. Most of the things shown in this video also apply to Premiere Pro CC 2017. Older versions like CS6 do not have this functionality, So, if you need it, then it's time to upgrade. In this video I'll also briefly explain the different types of captions that you can choose from. And lastly, I will also show you how to export your video, including captions or subtitles. In case you want to fast-forward to one of the topics, then you can find the timestamps for them in the video description. Before we start I want to quickly tell you about the sponsor of this video, Envato Elements.