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Download speech analysis libraries for Premiere Pro

Premiere Pro provides the ability to analyze speech in a clip or file and convert the spoken words into text, which is stored as XMP metadata.

One aspect of this feature is the ability to choose a language for the speech to be analyzed: English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Japanese, or Spanish. Unfortunately, it’s not clear from within Premiere Pro that you need to download separate speech analysis models for each language in order to choose and use one of these additional languages.

So, here’s a link:
Download speech analysis models.

This page includes instructions for using the speech analysis feature, as well as links to several tutorials and examples showing how to make use of the XMP metadata created from the speech:
“Analyze speech for text XMP metadata”


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