Burn video subtitles on the fly from plain text file

How to add permanent subtitles into video without using SRT file ?

  1. If you opt for a big font size make sure  to choose a larger screen    to display the whole phrase every time you turn the mouse wheel
  2. Upload a video    from your device
  3. Copy subtitles from any text editor.
  4. Notice that to be processed as subtitles the text must start with  a star  ‘  *  ‘  and each phrase must end with a punctuation character   :   ‘  !  ‘   or   ‘ ?  ‘  or  ‘  . ‘
  5. Double click inside the canvas. As you can only move the subtitles vertically make sure to click on the left far if your text got long phrases
  6. paste the subtitles text  inside the input text field
  7. Change the text color 
  8. Click few times on    to make the text size bigger.
  9. Start to record      your video
  10. As soon as the video begin turn the mouse wheel   before the speech start and you should see the message “Ready to display… Turn wheel again “
  11. Turn the mouse wheel and you should see  “let’s Add subtitles” message displayed.
  12. Continue to turn the mouse wheel to display each phrase on the fly, one by one.
  13. To make the subtitles easier to read try to move the cursor vertically close to the video character who speak
  14. When the speech is over pause  and download your video

Here is a “French video clip song subtitled with English lyrics translation”

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