Add permanent subtitles into video in real time

How to add language subtitles to a video from a text file ?

How to add hard coded subtitles on the fly from a plain text file ?

  1. Upload a video    from your device
  2. Record       and pause       just before the video speech begin
  3. Copy subtitles from any text editor.
  4. Notice that to be processed as subtitles the text must start with  ‘ * ‘  and each phrase must end with punctuation character  :  ‘ . ‘  or   ‘ ! ‘   or   ‘ ? ‘  or  ‘ , ‘
  5. You don’t have to bother anymore with file subtitles format (SRT, VTT or EDL) and there is no text size limit
  6. Double click inside the canvas
  7. paste the subtitles text      inside the text field
  8. Click few times on      to change the text size
  9. If you opt for a big size font make sure to choose a larger screen       to display the whole phrase inside the canvas
  10. First time you turn the mouse wheel  🖱  the message  “Ready To display… Turn the wheel again” is displayed to give you the start signal
  11. turn the mouse wheel again, the message “Let’s start to display” appear in the message bar and the first subtitle is rendered
  12. Now for every mouse wheel turn  🖱  a  sentence will be displayed on the fly
  13.  To make the text easier to read try to move the mouse  cursor near the person who speak
  14. When the speech is finish pause your video
  15.  download your video with subs 

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