Here’s something for those of you who create Soundslice scores with videos: we now support video subtitles (e.g., closed captioning).
Obviously subtitles aren’t needed while music is playing, but several of our customers use Soundslice with instructional videos that contain talking — that’s the intended use-case here. For example, see this Soundslice video with subtitles. You’ll see “Subtitles off” just below the video. Click that to toggle subtitles on and off.
You can add subtitles to your scores using the Soundslice score manager. Next to each video recording, you’ll now see a “CC” (closed captioning) icon:
Click that to access the subtitle manager for the recording. Each recording can have multiple subtitles, each with a different language.
We accept the standard SRT file format for subtitles. If you have subtitles in a different format and are serious about using them with Soundslice, please get in touch — we’d love to hear from you.
Enjoy your new subtitling powers!