@johnjohnston thanks, John. Does one get an srt file easily from a captioned video? Or how does it get created?
@chendricks It could be possible to upload to YouTube as private, get the auto transcript, perhaps use oTranscribe when you watch and correct manually (sounds more time consuming than it actually is).
VS Code has plug-ins that work with captions. SRT is the file extension, if I recall correctly—effectively a text file with timestamps.
If one is hosting with YT & correcting their autocaptions already, it's functional (maybe a tad tedious) to remove the timestamps, add paragraph breaks, etc, & then save into a different file.
Having used them for a couple years now, I'm a very big fan of both!
@chendricks it probably depends on the format: some subtitle file formats, such as .srt, are simply transcript with timestamp
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