1. Load media file
Load a video or audio file that is stored locally.
When you load a video or audio file, the button will say "Upload", but it does not mean that you are uploading the file to the internet.
Scroll the screen or click on the operation menu to hide it to see the loaded video.
If you want to use it while playing a YouTube video, please click Jimaku Editor for YouTube.
2. Load the UD Talk conversation log (.csv) or subtitle file (.srt).
Scroll the screen or click on the operation menu to hide it to see what has been loaded contents.
You can also create this data in "Get speech recognition results".
3. Adjustment time after loading
Adjusts the entire subtitle data by moving it back and forth for a specified time. If you set a negative time, subtitles before 0 seconds will be hidden.
The time should be entered in seconds, including the decimal point. For example, if the first subtitle in the video starts with 00:00:16.128, enter 16.128 and click the refresh button.
If it is difficult to adjust the first subtitle due to music or noise, try adjusting the entire subtitle by entering the plus or minus time in the second or third subtitle while the speaker is speaking clearly.
4. Save the data you are working on.
If the destination has the same file name, the browser will automatically rename the file and save it.
The paths of locally stored video and audio files are not saved. Please load them each time you edit.
5. Load the data during the work.
You can load the saved data you are working on and continue.
6. Export the edited data.
[Save as Subtitle File (.srt)] is saving data with separating to subtitle's block.
If you want to create a subtitle file (.srt) with more detailed settings, please save it as a CSV file with 字幕データ変換くん.
You can edit manually after separating to subtitle's block.
Save as Subtitle File (.srt)
If you use subtile file which is automatically made by YouTube, you can save to keep time length by using this feature.