>> Metro Captions is an industry leader in providing Adobe Premiere caption files!

Time. It’s something most businesses just don’t have when it comes to the seemingly overwhelming task of captioning video files. We get it. That’s why at Metro Captions, we’re here to do the captioning for you. If you’re searching for a reputable company who can provide you with affordable Adobe Premiere caption files for your videos, you’ve found us!

Whether you need an Adobe Premiere STL file to simply load the subtitles onto your video timeline – time code accurate, caption files embedded in a QuickTime movie or an MXF file, or you need the captions burned into the video – we can handle it all for you. We can create new Adobe Premiere caption files for you or edit files that you already have. That’s what makes us stand out in this industry, where the closed captioning of videos is necessary to reach as many people as possible.

“Who watches these captions?” you ask.

Captioning online videos and TV shows makes them accessible to everyone – the deaf, the hearing impaired and people who aren’t fluent in the language of the video. If you’re not aware of some of the laws associated with providing closed captioning to viewers, you should check them out in our blog.


Let us assist you. At Metro Captions, we assign time codes to ensure proper synchronicity between text and audio, and we guarantee 100% accuracy of our Adobe Premiere caption files. While you focus on your business, leave the captioning to us. We know you’ll be pleased that you did!

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Want to know more? Contact us today for a quote!

Other Formats & Systems We Work With

Subtitle & Captioning Formats

  • .scc
  • Cheetah .cap
  • Cheetah .asc
  • Ultech .ult
  • Dual-language .ult
  • CPC .cap
  • CPC .onl
  • Telestream FlipFactory (scc)
  • FlipFactory subtitles (pac)
  • Rhozet Carbon (scc)
  • DV2000/ITV Injector subtitles (usf/uyc)
  • DV3000/HDE-3000 subtitles (usf/uyc)

Web Captioning Formats

  • Adobe Flash (Timed Text xml, cue points xml)
  • Brightcove (DFXP, Timed Text xml)
  • Camtasia project file (camproj)
  • Captionate Flash (xml)
  • Hulu (smi)
  • iTunes / iPod / iPhone (m4v)
  • JW Flash Player (Timed Text xml)
  • Microsoft Silverlight (xml)
  • PowerPoint (sami)
  • QuickTime (mov, smil/txt)
  • RealPlayer (smil/rt)
  • RIT Flash (xml)
  • VideoLan VLC (srt)
  • Windows Media Player (sami/asx)
  • YouTube (srt)

Physical Captioning Formats

  • DV
  • MiniDV
  • VHS
  • S-VHS
  • D5 HD
  • DigiBeta
  • Beta SP
  • DVCPro25
  • DVCPro50
  • DVCProHD
  • DVD-5
  • DVD-9
  • Firewire hard drives

DVD Authoring Formats

  • Adobe Encore (txt, fab/tif)
  • Apple DVD Studio Pro (scc, son/tif, stl, stl/tif)
  • Avid DVD (txt)
  • NetBlender DoStudio (dost/png)
  • Pinnacle Impression (txt/bmp)
  • Roxio DVDit (txt)
  • Sonic Scenarist (scc, sst/tif)
  • Sonic Producer (txt)
  • Sonic ReelDVD (son/tif)
  • Sonic Fusion/Creator (son/tif, cc)
  • Spruce Maestro (scc, stl, stl/tif)
  • Sony DVD Architect (txt)
  • Sony Blu-print (xml/png)
  • Sonic Scenarist (xml/png)


SD formats

  • Black QuickTime Movie 720 x 486 (line 21)
  • Black 720 x 12 NTSC for Matrox DigiServer
  • CCIR 601/4:2:2 QuickTime Movie with Closed Captions(mov)

HD formats

  • Avid Advanced Authoring Format (aaf)
  • DVCPRO HD (DV100) mov Closed Captions
  • MacCaption 4VANC Data file (mcc)
  • Matrox 4VANC Closed Captions
  • QuickTime DTV 608/708 Closed Captions Track
  • SeaChange Closed Captions
  • Sony Material Exchange Format (mxf)

Blu-Ray Authoring Systems

  • Sony Blu-print (xml/png)
  • Sonic Scenarist (xml/png)
  • NetBlender DoStudio (dost/png)
  • Blu-ray BDN (xml)

Digital Cinema

  • Texas Instruments CineCanvas DLP subtitles (xml)


With 15 years of experience in captioning a variety of productions, from webcasting to television broadcasts to conference events and remote captioning, we strive to surpass our clients’ expectations. Our captioners are the best and most experienced in the industry.

How do you know if you need captions or subtitles?!

Due to their different contexts and purposes, captions and subtitles are characterized by a few important differences. Subtitles, as the name suggests, are usually placed at the bottom of the screen. Captions on the other hand, may be placed in different locations on the screen in order to make clear to the audience who is speaking. This is especially useful for deaf individuals who can’t rely on voice distinctions to pinpoint the speaker.

Subtitles and captions have some of the same hurdles to overcome, such as the vocabulary and reading skills of the program’s target audience. For example, both the subtitles for a children’s movie and the captions for a children’s television program need to consider the viewer’s reading time. Since most children don’t read as quickly as adults, this may mean using age-appropriate synonyms and shorter words.

Cultural localization must also be factored in. The UK subtitles for a French film might use the words “lift” (“elevator”) or “lorry” (“truck”) — words which may need to be altered for American audiences.

Still need more info? Contact Metro Captions today, a multilingual subtitling company you can trust!

Looking for closed captioning services?

If you’re interested in our closed captioning services, look no further! Take a look at our closed captioning page for more information. Let us show you how we can take your captioning project to the next level.

Metro Captions subtitled a video for us in 10 languages. We simply provided them the translation and Metro sent us back MP4 videos, each localized into the target language. Mike Sano

Project Manager, Lingo Now

Metro Captions is the only company we would work with for subtitling and closed captioning services. They are always fast and accurate! Anna Worth

Project Manager, Inter-Trans





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