With Limecraft Panel you can bring the AI assisted subtitling tools from Limecraft straight to your everyday workspace Adobe Premiere. With the help of Limecraft AI assisted subtitling anyone can create professional quality subtitles efficiently and effortlessly.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- Getting started with Adobe Premiere Panel
- How to use Limecraft Adobe Premiere Panel?
Getting started with Adobe Premiere Panel
To install the Limecraft plugin, browse to Adobe Exchange and download the Limecraft plugin.
Starting the panel
After starting Premiere, and opening your project, you can now open the Limecraft panel by selecting
Window > Extensions > Limecraft.
NOTE: You need to have a Limecraft subscription in order to use the Panel.
Login to access Limecraft functionality
After opening the extention you will land on the login page. Click the 'Log in with Flow' button to be redicrected to Flow login web page on a browser. You will be prompted to log in on the page and afterwards close the page and continue in Premiere.
If you have previously logged in Premiere, this step will be skipped.
How to use Limecraft Adobe Premiere Panel?
With Adobe Premiere Panel you can, for instance,
- download and import clips from Limecraft to Premiere,
- upload local files and rendere Premiere sequences to Limecraft,
- create subtitles,
- download and import subtitles from Limecraft to your Premiere bin.
Below we will show each functionality in further detail.
Synced with your Limecraft Workspaces
All the workspaces visible on your account are listed in your Adobe Premiere Panel. By clicking on the workspace name, you can navigate to the clips overview of that workspace.
By clicking on the workspace, an overview of clips within that workspace open up.
Uploading files or sequences from Premiere to Limecraft Flow
You can upload files or sequences from Premiere to Limecraft Flow.
Clicking on the upload button on the top right corner opens a menu with upload options.
- Upload local file opens a file dialog to select a local file to upload to Limecraft.
- Upload Sequence renderes the current Premiere sequence with Adobe Media Encoder via a preset, and uploads the rendered clip to Limecraft Flow.
NOTE: Currently there is one default encoder profile with standard 1920x1080 profile.
There are different clip actions available by clicking on the three dots to the left of the clip.
- Import media downloads and imports the clip from Limecraft to the Premiere bin.
- Open clip in browser opens the clip details page from Limecraft in the browser.
- Open transcript in a browser opens the clip transcript page from Limecraft in the browser.
- Open subtitles in browser opens the clip subtitles page from Limecraft in the browser.
- Delete deletes the clip from Limecraft. Warning: this cannot be undone!
- Create subtitles starts a subtitling workflow in Limecraft after selecting the desired language.
By clicking on a clip, you can preview the selected material in clip details page. You can view a list of transcripts and subtitles available on Limecraft.
On the subtitles page of the Clip Details, you can find the Subtitle Actions by clicking on the three dots left of the desired language.
- Import subtitle downloads and imports the subtitles file from Limecraft to the Premiere bin.
- Download subtitle opens a file dialog to download the subtitle file to your local (Premiere) drive.
- Open in browser opens the clip subtitles page from Limecraft in the browser.
Limecraft Adobe Premiere Panel allows you to continue your work in Premiere while having your material on Limecraft Workspaces directly available to use. It allows you to make use of some of the Limecraft services, such as subtitling.
Read more about subtitling short form videos here:
Read more about subtitling with Limecraft in our Knowledge Base