‘Burning in’ subtitles in Adobe Premiere Pro has always been a hassle. After a lot of fiddling with the built-in caption editor you’ve come to the conclusion that the subtitles you created don’t look as good as you want them to be.
Just import the srt file into Srt2png, and style the subtitles as you’d like
them. Font, size, style, stroke, colour, position; everything you need is
available. It’s even possible to edit the subtitles to correct mistakes in
the built-in editor pane.
Afterwards, click on the export button to automatically export a transparent PNG file for every subtitle. Along with the PNG files comes an XML file that you can import into Adobe Premiere Pro. This contains a timed sequence with all the subtitles as PNG images, which you can overlay on your video.
Import your subtitles in srt2png.
Style your subtitles as you’d like, and make changes if you need to.
Export your subtitles as PNG files and an XML file.
Import the xml file in Adobe Premiere Pro CC.
Overlay the timed image sequence on your videos.
With srt2png it’s easy to make your subtitles look the way you want them.
Simply style the subtitles as you like in srt2png. When you’re statisfied,
you can save this style in a settings file so you can use it again later.
Just click the Save Settings button in the bottom left corner to save your style. To load a previously created style, simply click the Load Settings button.
It’s also possible to deliver highly compatible transparent Quicktime files with
srt2png in combination with Adobe Media Encoder. This means the subtitles
can be used in any editing program that supports the Quicktime codec.
Just import the subtitles into srt2png. After you’ve previewed your titles and loaded your styles preset, click the export button.
Afterwards, import the xml file into Adobe Media Encoder, and simply export
it to any codec you want that supports an alpha layer. The Quicktime Animation
codec is a great choice for this.
Now you or your client can overlay this subtitle video over their video, just as if it’s a normal srt2png xml file.