Hello, I’m a huge fan of marginnote, and I introduce and recommend features to my friends. I like to study with videos. But it’s a pity that I can’t add subtitles. I mostly download subtitles from YouTube and watch them together, so I would like to use subtitles with the “srt” extension. Thank you.
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I like the concept of young, which is very meaningful for students who learn something with video lectures etc. Recently, more and more educational materials are delivered in the form of video and subtitle, including closed-caption.
I am thinking of features similar to otter.ai, which makes voice notes. In otter.ai, I can click to jump to that moment and highlight to emphasize a specific part of the voice recording. If jumping to a particular moment by clicking subtitle and highlighting (without interference from other moments) are possible, it could mean a lot to people who study foreign languages or need accessibility service.
I am really looking forward to watching videos with subtitles on Marginnote!
Given that Marginnote's main body is in the learning mode's mapping interface, subtitles need to co-produce some more meaningful integration and interaction with the process of organizing notes. We want the new functionality to be tightly linked to the existing system, rather than an isolated new module. What specific ideas do you have about captions, other than using them for viewing text?
I wish the MN have own browser with specialty that users can capture from directly YouTube video parts as if we capture now (on MN)
There won’t be problems about subtitles, memory overload or deleting effort after editing…