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6.7 Subrip

InqScribe can export Subrip files. Subrip is a straightforward format that can be used, among other things, to subtitle content on YouTube.

You can find general guidance for exporting data elsewhere.

6.7.1 Exporting Subrip

Subrip files look like this. Caption text may be more than one line long; the blank line is used to signal the end of the caption.

00:00:00,000 --> 00:00:15,365
Start of video.

00:00:15,366 --> 00:00:17,432
Puts down toy.

00:00:17,433 --> 00:00:25,632
Picks up toy again.

Note that the format is essentially 1000fps, and that commas are used to separate seconds from frames, not periods.

Once you have a Subrip file, you can use it to upload captions to YouTube. Learn how here.

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