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  1. Hi! I need help to extract closed capton of video from google drive from this URL: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxX0Rrs7OMffZC1WR0o0enh6ZkE
    I tried to extract with Google2SRT but it didn't work. Any suggestion would be appriciate.
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    I will start by saying that I've not used Google drive. But I thought that it is only a data storage service. If so, then you aren't extracting closed caption "from google drive", you are simply trying to extract them from a file stored on Google drive.

    Step 1: download the file to your PC

    Then the tool needed to proceed may vary based on the file type or may not be possible at all. Most files (at least ALL of the files I've ever used) do not contain "closed captions". Some may have subtitles. But again, based on the file type, you may or may not be able to extract them.

    I've only even seen closed captions on DVD's.
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    I have seen closed captions in video files that were implemented just like NTSC DVD and N. American broadcast TV closed captions, although I don't think the chances of that being true in this case are good. I could use CCExtractorGUI to extract them.
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  4. If you still don't extract subtitle
    this the SRT file
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  5. Originally Posted by roma_turok View Post
    If you still don't extract subtitle
    this the SRT file
    Please tell me how you managed to do this !!!
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  6. Originally Posted by RaphaKoyun View Post
    Originally Posted by roma_turok View Post
    If you still don't extract subtitle
    this the SRT file
    Please tell me how you managed to do this !!!
    I need sample link video to explain
    the original link don't work anymore
    do you have sample?
    Last edited by roma_turok; 24th Jul 2017 at 14:22.
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  7. Originally Posted by roma_turok View Post
    Originally Posted by RaphaKoyun View Post
    Originally Posted by roma_turok View Post
    If you still don't extract subtitle
    this the SRT file
    Please tell me how you managed to do this !!!
    I need sample link video to explain
    the original link don't work anymore
    do you have sample?
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B60I5fOgzgbBNmhTalQtR21SUW8/view
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  8. I would like to know ALL types of video files (AND streaming videos) that contain subtitles (or closed captions) and in each case what kind of software is needed to extract the subtitle (closed captions). For starters, here is a PBS TV video file recorded with $30 Walmart digital recorder.
    These video files almost always have closed captions and can be extracted to srt with CCextractor. Often you have to make a simple adjustment to the subtitle timing, but the adjustment will hold the timing correctly through the whole show. Note: my version of vlc (2.2.4) will not play the ts video with the srt file. Media Player Classic Home Cinema works fine. The attached srt file is adjusted for better timing. I used Time Adjuster for this.
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    Last edited by jimdagys; 24th Jul 2017 at 22:18.
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  9. Open video in Google Chrome
    right click and select Inspect
    go to Network
    in Filter type timedtext
    right click and select Open in new tab:
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    save to XML file:
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    Open XML in Subtitle Edit and save as SRT:
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    Last edited by roma_turok; 24th Jul 2017 at 23:22.
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  10. Open video (https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B60I5fOgzgbBNmhTalQtR21SUW8/view) in Google Chrome
    right click and select Inspect
    go to Network
    in Filter type timedtext
    right click and select Open in new tab
    Open XML in Subtitle Edit and save as SRT:
    Thank you for the clear directions with screenshots. I was able to download the srt subtitle file.
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  11. Originally Posted by roma_turok View Post
    Open video in Google Chrome
    right click and select Inspect
    go to Network
    in Filter type timedtext
    right click and select Open in new tab:
    Image
    [Attachment 42415 - Click to enlarge]



    save to XML file:
    Image
    [Attachment 42418 - Click to enlarge]


    Open XML in Subtitle Edit and save as SRT:
    Image
    [Attachment 42417 - Click to enlarge]
    I will pray for you until the end of your life!
    Thank you!
    It worked! I do not believe!
    Thank you very very very much!
    Last edited by RaphaKoyun; 25th Jul 2017 at 07:30.
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  12. Originally Posted by roma_turok View Post
    Open video in Google Chrome
    right click and select Inspect
    go to Network
    in Filter type timedtext
    right click and select Open in new tab:
    Image
    [Attachment 42415 - Click to enlarge]



    save to XML file:
    Image
    [Attachment 42418 - Click to enlarge]


    Open XML in Subtitle Edit and save as SRT:
    Image
    [Attachment 42417 - Click to enlarge]
    I found the way to do this for hours. I saw this thread. I saw you. I tried. I registered. Now I thank you.
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