menu SubPlayer

Creating Subtitle

SubPlayer allows you to create subtitles and play it back while the media you are listening is playing too, when you are creating subtitles for a media you can color each line to be displayed, Add the time when the subtitle starts and when it ends, you can Pause it, Move forward or backward, move faster or slower, you can view and edit the part of subtitles you already added.
NOTE: While you are crating subtitles for a song or video SubPlayer won't play next song when current media ends, this because SubPlayer knows that you are creating subtitles, I recommend to repeat the song each time it ends you do it by pressing the repeat button from the SubPlayer controls.
When you finish to create all subtitles for a song or video press the Create Button, the file that contains the subtitles will be created where the song is saved with the same name. the file extension used to create subtitle is ".Subp" (SubPlayer). SubPlayer Support the option to save subtitles for SubRip (.srt) and Lirycs (.lrc), you can press the Save As Button and then select the folder to save the file and the file format you need.

To create a subtitle follow the next

  1. Select a Song from song list
  2. From Menu tap Create Subtitle

The Following box will be displayed, take a moment to see what each button does.

SubPlayer SubTitle Box

Now you know what the box buttons do, then let's start a little example, I will use the music Where do you go by No Mercy this song needs to be in the play list.
From the Start time tap the second button it will display a list of seconds from 00 to 59 and select 00 the start time will be 00:00:00.00 from the End time tap the second button and select 02, tap the millisecond button and select 20 the end time will be 00:00:02.20, on the text write "Where do you go", Select a color from the subtitle color button, if you don't select any color then the white color will be used by default, it will looks like the following image

Subtitle Creattion
Tap Add Text button to add the time and text to the subtitles timeline.
Tip: you can edit the text color,start time, end time, text by tapping [cc] button
NOTE: is good to save the subtitle file and then keep updating it.
After you have finished all subtiles for the song tap +Create Button. The file will be saved with the same name of the song but with SubPlayer extension(.subp) the name for this file will be Where Do You Go.subp

Creating Subtitle for a song

We are going to create the subtitle for the song explained in the prevoius section. You can download the subtitle file here

00:00:00.00 / 00:00:02.20
Where do you go

00:00:02.50 / 00:00:04.00
my lovely

00:00:06.10 / 00:00:07.80
where do you go

00:00:08.10 / 00:00:09.90
I want to know

00:00:10.10 / 00:00:11.80
my lovely

00:00:13.50 / 00:00:15.70
I want to know

00:00:15.80 / 00:00:17.30
Where do you go

00:00:17.40 / 00:00:18.50
oh oh eh oh

Have a fun :) Continue listening the music and add more subtitles like you do before. While this is an example, you can create subtitles for all songs you want, there is no limite to do it.

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Melvin Dev

This documentation has been written by Melvin Dev, Melvin Dev is a founder and developer of Arrowat LLC.

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