Hello There. Does anyone know of a subtitle program that will accept an .M2T file and create a subtitle file that's timecoded to the .M2T file. Also could this subtitle file then be inserted into Adobe Premiere Pro so I can edit with it. I don't want it to be hardcoded because I want people to choose whether they want to see it or not on the Blu-ray... Thank you!
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You can use something like SubtitleEdit.
If it won't accept your mts files just convert them to something small and manageable like a 640x360 mp4. Quality doesn't matter because this is just a work copy.
Create and export your titles.
AFAIK Premiere Pro only accepts closed caption titles natively which is not really what you want. There are some 3rd party plug-ins. You can google for those.
Add the subtitles when you do your authoring (in Encore?)
I need the subtitles for editing more than for the Bluray authoring. I need to know what they are saying and edit around that, and show footage that the are talking about, etc... I wanted something that would be timesynced with the file so I could just download the text file and use it in premiere with the imported file to edit with... I guess I might need to have her edit my project from the cloud in that case using the same files as mine and subtitle straight into Premiere? But Premiere only exports it as hardcoded from what I understand? I want to export with Premiere the subtitles separately so that I don't have to create them for Encore? Why do they not make anything streamlined? I need the subtitles not only for the final product, but to edit around!