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Code Of Silence Subtitles English


Language codes for written languages providing access to moving image materials in the form of subtitles. It does not include thelanguages of the credits, packaging, or accompanying material. If needed, the language ofcredits is recorded in field 546 (Language Note) andthe language of packaging or accompanying material is recorded in 041 subfield $g (Language code of accompanying material other than librettos and transcripts).




Code of Silence subtitles English



-lPrints the list of available voices.-gPrints the list of available audio output devices.-f text_fileSets the name of the input text file.-fl file_nameSets the name of the text file with the list of input files (one file name per line).-w wave_fileSets the name of the output file in WAV format. If the option is specified, an audio file will be created. Otherwise, text will be read aloud.-n voice_nameSets the voice name (the part of the name will be enough). If the option is not specified, the voice, defined by the option -id, or the default voice of Windows will be used.-id integerSets Language ID for the voice. Language ID is the language code assigned by Microsoft (for example, "1033" or "0x0409" for "English - United States"). The program will choose the first voice with specified Language ID from the list of voices. If the option is not specified, the voice, defined by the option -n, or the default voice of Windows will be used.-mPrints the parameters of the voice.-b integerSets the audio output device by its index. The index of the default audio device is 0.-r textSets the audio output device by its name.-cGets the text input from the clipboard.-t text_lineGets the text input from the command line.-iGets the text input from STDIN.-oSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: writes sound data to STDOUT.If the option is specified, the option -w is ignored.-s integerSAPI 4: sets the speed in a range of 0 to 100 (no default value).SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the speed in a range of -10 to 10 (the default is 0).-p integerSAPI 4: sets the pitch in a range of 0 to 100 (no default value).SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the pitch in a range of -10 to 10 (the default is 0).-v integerSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the volume in a range of 0 to 100 (the default is 100).-e integerSets the length of pauses between sentences (in milliseconds). The default is 0.-a integerSets the length of pauses between paragraphs (in milliseconds). The default is 0.-d file_nameUses a dictionary for pronunciation correction (*.BXD, *.REX or *.DIC). The command line may contain few options -d.-kKills other copies of the application in the computer's memory.-kaKills the active copy of the application in the computer's memory.-prMake pause or resume reading aloud by the active copy of the application. The action is the same as for the context menu item "Pause"/"Resume".-qAdds the utility to a queue. The application will wait until other copies of the utility have finished.-lrcSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: creates the LRC file (a file format that synchronizes text with an audio file), if the option -w or -o is specified.-srtSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: creates the SRT file (SubRip text file format), if the option -w or -o is specified.-vs file_nameSAPI 4: not used.SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the name of output text file with visemes, if the option -w is specified. A viseme is the mouth shape that corresponds to a particular speech sound. SAPI supports the list of 21 visemes. This list is based on the original Disney visemes. The application will create the audio file and then read it aloud to get visemes and their timecodes.-subText will be processed as subtitles.The option may be useful, when the options -i or -c are specified.-trayShows the application's icon in the system tray. This allows to view the progress of the task. The context menu item "Stop" can be used to stop the process.-ln integerSelects a line from the text file by using of a line number. The line numbering starts at "1". The interval of numbers can be used for selecting of more than one line (for example, "26-34"). The command line may contain few options -ln.-fr integerSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the output audio sampling frequency in kHz (8, 11, 12, 16, 22, 24, 32, 44, 48). If the option is not specified, the default value for the selected voice will be used.-bt integerSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the output audio bit depth (8 or 16). If the option is not specified, the default value for the selected voice will be used.-ch integerSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the output audio channel mode (1 or 2). If the option is not specified, the default value for the selected voice will be used.-hPrints the list of available command line options.--encoding encoding or -enc encodingSets the input text encoding ("ansi", "utf8" or "unicode"). The default is "ansi".--silence-begin integer or -sb integerSets the length of silence at the beginning of the audio file (in milliseconds). The default is 0.--silence-end integer or -se integerSets the length of silence at the end of the audio file (in milliseconds). The default is 0.--lrc-length integerSets the maximal length of text lines for the LRC file (in characters).--lrc-fname file_nameSets the name of the LRC file. The option may be useful, when the option -o is specified.--lrc-enc encodingSets the encoding for the LRC file ("ansi", "utf8" or "unicode"). The default is "ansi".--lrc-offset integerSets the time shift for the LRC file (in milliseconds).--lrc-artist textSets the ID tag for the LRC file: artist.--lrc-album textSets the ID tag for the LRC file: album.--lrc-title textSets the ID tag for the LRC file: title.--lrc-author textSets the ID tag for the LRC file: author.--lrc-creator textSets the ID tag for the LRC file: creator of the LRC file.--lrc-sentInserts blank lines after sentences when creating the LRC file.--lrc-paraInserts blank lines after paragraphs when creating the LRC file.--srt-length integerSets the maximal length of text lines for the SRT file (in characters).--srt-fname file_nameSets the name of the SRT file. The option may be useful, when the option -o is specified.--srt-enc encodingSets the encoding for the SRT file ("ansi", "utf8" or "unicode"). The default is "ansi".--rawSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: output is raw PCM; audio data does not contain the WAV header. The option is used together with the option -o.--ignore-length or -ilSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: omits the length of data in the WAV header. The option is used together with the option -o.--sub-format textSets the format of subtitles ("srt", "lrc", "ssa", "ass", "smi" or "vtt"). If the option is not specified, the format will be determined through the file extension.--sub-fit or -sfSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: automatically increases the speed to fit time intervals (when the program converts subtitles to audio file).--sub-max integer or -sm integerSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the maximal speed of speech in a range of -10 to 10 (when the program converts subtitles to audio file).--delete-file or -dfRemoves the text file, when job is done. The option is used together with the option -f.--ignore-square-brackets or -isbIgnore text in [square brackets].--ignore-curly-brackets or -icbIgnore text in curly brackets.--ignore-angle-brackets or -iabIgnore text in .--ignore-round-brackets or -irbIgnore text in (round brackets).--ignore-url or -iuIgnore URLs.--ignore-comments or -icIgnore comments in text. Single-line comments start with // and continue until the end of the line. Multiline comments start with /* and end with */.--voice1-name voice_nameSAPI 4: not used. SAPI 5 and Microsoft Speech Platform: sets the additional voice name to read foreign words in text (the part of the name will be enough). The option is used together with the option --voice1-langid. Other voices can be set by options --voice2-name, --voice3-name, etc.--voice1-langid language_idSets the language ID for foreign words in text. The option is used together with the option --voice1-name. The command line may contain more than one option --voice1-langid. Also an option may contain a comma-separated list of IDs.The list of supported language IDs is based on ISO 639-1 codes: am, ar, az, ba, bg, be, ca, cs, cu, cv, da, de, el, en, es, et, eu, fi, fil, fr, ja, he, hi, hr, hu, hy, it, gn, gu, ka, kk-Cyr, kk-Lat, kn, ko, ky, lo, lt, lv, mk, no, pl, pt, ro, ru, sk, sl, sr-Cyr, sr-Lat, sv, tg, th, tr, tt, uk, zh.--voice1-rate integerSets the rate for the additional voice in a range of -10 to 10 (the default is 0).--voice1-pitch integerSets the pitch for the additional voice in a range of -10 to 10 (the default is 0).--voice1-volume integerSets the volume for the additional voice in a range of 0 to 100 (the default is 100).--voice1-romanUse the default voice to read Roman numerals in text. If text with non-Latin characters contains Roman numerals, the application will not change a voice to read them.--voice1-digitUse the default voice to read numbers in text. If the option is not specified, the additional voice will read numbers near foreign words.--voice1-length integerSet the minimal length of foreign text parts that will be read by the additional voice (in characters). 041b061a72


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