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Old 04-16-2006, 08:14 AM   #1
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synchronized lyrics for current playing mp3 file?

I know this is totally irrelevant to LQ, but i didn't know where to ask, so I thought I might just put this questions here.

I am currently on Winddows XP, and wondering whether
there is a program which reads something like text file (or even pre cached text of some file/memory) as lyrics and show the synchrozied part of the song when I play any mp3 file?

As a similar case, I believe that a lot of people watch animations, and you know how subtitles come out? Yeah I am wondering whether there is a program like that.

I just came up with this idae while I was making a subtitle for one of my friends.

Well any help will be appreciated~

Thanks for reading guys.

Old 04-20-2006, 12:07 PM   #2
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This would require either knowing at what time a word was spoken or have really good voice recognition.

BTW, this forum is mostly about Linux.


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