You'll need Ruby installed and also Rake, which you can install with
gem install rake.
Then just pull this repository down, and install the gem:
git clone email@example.com:alphagov/sbv-to-ttaf.git cd sbv-to-ttaf rake install gem install pkg/sbv-to-ttaf-0.0.1.gem
We needed a tool to convert Youtube's SBV captions format, which looked like:
0:00:09.510,0:00:15 learn about Agile and how it works. For me in particular it’s meant going out into 0:00:15.219,0:00:21 departments where they have an idea of a product they want, rewinding them a couple of steps
And turn it into XML that looks like:
<tt xmlns="http://www.w3.org/2006/10/ttaf1"> <body> <div xml:id="captions"> <p begin="0:00:09" end="0:00:15">learn about Agile and how it works. For me in particular it’s meant going out into </p> <p begin="0:00:15" end="0:00:21">departments where they have an idea of a product they want, rewinding them a couple of steps </p> </div></body></tt>
There wasn't a tool out there that we could find, after some searching, so we made one. It uses a horrible regex that gets the job done.
Use it like this:
And you'll get
yourfile.xml created. Pass in a second argument to name the output file:
sbvttaf yourfile.sbv test