A simple os x desktop app built in electron, using Aeneas under the hood to generate captions files from media(audio or video) and plain text transcriptions without time-codes.
Linux users can download a continuos build here
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git clone, cd into folder,
After having done step fo dev setup, do
npm run build:mac
To package dmg for mac, when done, check the
./dist folder in the repo.
There's also a travis CI continuos integration build that is triggered on very commit for the Linux version, some notes on this setup here
The app uses electron, bootstrap with bootswatch paper theme, and purpously does not make use of any front end framework to keep things simple a this stage, where the UI/UX and functionality are being defined.
For the alignement it uses the Aeneas open source project, see user manual for more details on how to get setup with that locally.
UI to correct captions alignement
At present the tool does not provide a user interface to correc the alignement of the captions. But for now there are plenty of tools that can be used instead such as this one
- Char per line option, add to UI.
- Add head and end tail to aeneas comand from UI.
- escape odd chat in file name, and spaces, for unix (
Nice to have (
subtitlescomposermodule to support custom list of
- provide UI to give / add/edit list.
Hypertranscript for text portion of text transcriptin (
Feel free to get in touch if you have any issues, thoughts, questions, or ideas.