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I'm in the process of editing my course.  I have lower thirds and text throughout my lectures.  I want to create captions through Udemy that's why I'm making sure my lower thirds are high enough so that the captions go under it.  My questions are: 

 

1- How high should my lower thirds be to make sure they are clear once I launch and not cluttered by popping text within my course?

2- Is it better to generate the captions through Udemy, or should I generate them in Adobe Premiere?  Like if I generate them with Adobe Premiere, would the Udemy algorithm pick up that this course has captions?

 

Thank you. 

 

 

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Ensure your lower thirds are placed in the upper part of the bottom third of your video frame. This positioning will typically keep them clear from captions, which are displayed at the very bottom. While Adobe Premiere allows precise control over captions, generating them through Udemy ensures platform compatibility. Udemy's system should recognize imported captions from Premiere, but creating them directly on Udemy might simplify the process and avoid potential issues.    MyKFCExperience

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Ensure your lower thirds are placed in the upper part of the bottom third of your video frame. This positioning will typically keep them clear from captions, which are displayed at the very bottom. While Adobe Premiere allows precise control over captions, generating them through Udemy ensures platform compatibility. Udemy's system should recognize imported captions from Premiere, but creating them directly on Udemy might simplify the process and avoid potential issues.    MyKFCExperience

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