No More Fuss! Create Captions With ONE CLICK In Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5!

Welcome to our blog, where we believe in making your editing experience in Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 hassle-free and time-efficient. Are you tired of spending countless hours on crafting captions for your videos? Well, fret no more! With our groundbreaking feature, No More Fuss, you can now create captivating captions with just one click. Gone are the days of manually typing and syncing subtitles. Join us as we explore the wonders of Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 and discover how this new feature transforms your editing process, saving you valuable time and energy. Get ready to revolutionize your captioning game and elevate your videos to a whole new level.

No More Fuss! Create Captions With ONE CLICK In Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5


Maybe it’s just me, but this new DaVinci Resolve 18.5 beta is one of the most exciting ones that they’ve put out in a while. And while there are a bunch of new exciting upgrades in it, the one that really stands out to me is the new automatic subtitle feature.

Easy Subtitles for Short Form Content

I’m not just saying this because I’ve paid thousands of dollars for professional subtitles for my videos over the past couple of years and now it’s completely free. I’m also saying it because for short form vertical content, having captions on screen is super important and now it’s super easy.

So without further ado, let’s dive into how to create subtitles with just one click in DaVinci Resolve Studio 18.5!

Adding Subtitles to Your Project

To add subtitles to your project, open DaVinci Resolve Studio 18.5 and open your project. Click on the “Timeline” menu and select “Create Subtitles from Audio”. Make sure you have the desired timeline selected before clicking this option.

A dialogue box will appear allowing you to choose the language and other options such as capturing presets and maximum characters per line. Once you’ve made your choices, click “Create”.

Analyzing and Checking Subtitles

The software will analyze the audio and create subtitles for your project. This process should take less than a minute for a 12-minute video. Once the analysis is complete, a new track called “Subtitle 1” will appear with the generated subtitles.

Zoom in to see each individual subtitle. Check the accuracy of the subtitles by playing through the video and making sure everything is correct. If you spot any errors, you can easily make adjustments by opening the subtitle inspector.

Exporting Subtitles

After ensuring the accuracy of the subtitles, you can export them for various purposes. For YouTube videos, you can export the subtitles as an SRT file by going to “File” > “Export” > “Subtitle”. This file can then be uploaded to YouTube for viewers to enable or disable subtitles as needed.

You can also use subtitles for short form content where viewers often watch without sound. Customize the appearance of the subtitles by opening the caption inspector and adjusting font, size, alignment, and other settings.


With the new automatic subtitle feature in DaVinci Resolve Studio 18.5, creating captions for your videos has never been easier. Whether you need subtitles for YouTube or want to enhance the viewing experience of short form content, this feature is a game-changer. Give it a try and enjoy the hassle-free process of creating captions with just one click!

Frequently Asked Questions about Creating Captions in Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5

Q: How can I create captions in Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5?

A: With the latest version of Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5, you can now generate captions with just one click. No more hassle, simply go to the captions panel, select your desired options, then click on the “Create Captions” button to generate captions automatically.

Q: What caption options can I customize?

A: Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 offers various caption options for customization. You can select the caption format, set the font style and size, adjust the text alignment, choose the background color, and even add text effects like drop shadows or outlines.

Q: Can I import existing caption files into Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5?

A: Absolutely! Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 supports importing popular caption file formats such as SRT, VTT, and SCC. Simply navigate to the captions panel, click on the “Import Captions” button, and choose the desired file to import. Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 will automatically handle the conversion and integration of the imported captions with your project.

Q: Are there any advanced features for caption editing in Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5?

A: Yes, Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 provides advanced caption editing capabilities. You can easily adjust the timing and duration of captions, modify the text content, and even add speaker identification to your captions. Additionally, the software offers an intuitive timeline view for precise placement and synchronization of captions with your video.

Q: Can I export the captions with my final video in Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5?

A: Absolutely! Davinci Resolve Studio 18.5 allows you to export your video project with embedded captions in various formats. You can choose from popular options like SRT, VTT, or burn-in captions directly onto the video. The export settings provide flexibility to ensure your captions are fully compatible with your desired playback platform.

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