5 responses

  1. Dina
    December 4, 2016

    How can I record my voice on a Christmas card that I want to send to my niece.
    Is that possible?

  2. allen
    December 5, 2016

    Amazon do a ‘talking’ card – in the UK it costs about 10 US dollars, and works perfectly. You get almost 30 seconds recording time.


  3. UglyStuff
    December 5, 2016

    I’m still looking for a way to record a piece of an existing video so that the subtittles I’d downloaded separately show on screen, but alas, VLC doesn’t seem to perform this task as it’s supposed to.

    Is it possible to use QuickTime instead, as in, play the video in question, whether in QuickTime or VLC, and record a small part of it that could be played separately afterwards?

  4. John
    December 7, 2016

    In VLC, make sure the subtitle file is in the same folder and has exactly the same name as the video folder. Or in makeMKV App import all files and combine into a MKV file. Then play in VLC. You can have multiple video, audio and subtitle tracts all in one MKV container file they play like any movie file.

  5. UglyStuff
    December 8, 2016

    Thanks for the tip, I’ll make sure to check that app!

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