Captions can be just text at timecode, which is simple. In their
most complex, they are styled, located text at timecode. That’s
it. Nothing more. I work in text and titles and timecode every day
in every video I do, so there is no reason that this simple
function isn’t baked in at this point. Words at timecode. That’s
all it is.
That Apple is making their systems and products accessible is
great. Xcode grants programmers the ability to build accessible
apps, and has from the beginning, which is even better as it makes
a massive part of the ecosystem accessible.
That Final Cut Pro hasn’t ever and still doesn’t create closed
captions is a smudge on that image.
It seems bonkers to me that Final Cut Pro X doesn’t have support for closed captions. Coming from Apple, you’d think it would have excellent support for them. How does Apple create closed captions for their own videos?