LrcView

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Description:

This is a Lua-based extension for VLC 2.x showing lyrics from external files (.lrc or .txt) matching the input filename.

Current features:
- shows both non-synced and synced lyrics
- jump to the selected line
- copy selected lines to the clipboard with an external script
- transliterate Japanese lines to romaji with an external script
- translate lines to another language with an external script
- Unix-like and Windows OS support

Visit the homepage to download the external scripts i use, or you may use your own after changing the first lines.

Current line detection in synced lyrics still need some work (suggestions are welcomed).


Last changelog:

2 years ago

0.3: first public release
0.3.5: should now work correctly with the latest vlc version. Current line detection temporarily disabled to avoid freezes.
0.4: completed features relying on external scripts
0.5: added user settings to hide time tags and the global translate buttons. Minor bugfixes.

tisik

5 months ago

Hi eadmaster,

Must say that I seem to have the same question as schroef. Synchronized lyrics don't seem to work. I'm on Ubuntu 16.04.
My lrc-file has the following format:

[00:00.00]Chega de Saudade
[00:26.00]Vai minha tristeza e diz a ele
[00:34.00]Que sem ele não pode ser
[00:37.00]Diz-lhe numa prece
[00:41.00]Que ele regresse
...

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eadmaster

5 months ago

the format seems correct, please make sure the lrc file is in the same dir of the audio file and has EXACTLY the same name.

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tisik

5 months ago

The text shows. But it just shows as if it were unsynchronized text. What behaviour should I get with synchronized text?

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eadmaster

5 months ago

With synced lyrics you can jump to the audio offset of selected line with the "Jump" button. Highlighting the current line is not supported actually by the VLC lua API...

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sharkisito

6 months ago

thanks

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sharkisito

6 months ago

...

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schroef

2 years ago

Isnt that what i got??

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eadmaster

2 years ago

It seems you are using this time format:
[hh:mm:ss] Text
While you should use this:
[mm:ss.xx]Text

Note the "." separator between second and hundredths of a seconds.
This is the simple format described here:
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LRC_%28file_format%29

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schroef

2 years ago

Hi there,

i found you little addon today and im wondering how i should make the time markup. Ive tried this;
[00:00:01] Hmm thats nice
[00:00:02] What a pity
[00:00:10] SO super intellegent

and it does show but when i click jump to, nothing happens and eventually crashes vlc on osx 10.11.4

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eadmaster

2 years ago

try to stick with this format for the moment:
"[mm:ss.xx] text"

I've mostly tested the extension on Ubuntu, i still have to do debugging on other OSes/VLC versions, so please wait for updates...

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2 years ago

0.3: first public release
0.3.5: should now work correctly with the latest vlc version. Current line detection temporarily disabled to avoid freezes.
0.4: completed features relying on external scripts
0.5: added user settings to hide time tags and the global translate buttons. Minor bugfixes.

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