Converting text to mp3

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Thu Jan 27 14:35:09 UTC 2022

Look at mpv, it can handle sub streams seperatly.  Start with the man page, eisly found on google.   Here is a web page that might provide a starting place:

 MPV player config for subtitle navigation, subtitle looping, copy to clipboard, dialogue-only

On Wed, 26 Jan 2022, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:

> On a somewhat related note, does anyone know of anything that can take
> a subtitle text stream(generally plain text, usually .srt or .ssa when
> not muxed in To a video file) and spit out audio of the dialog that's
> timed to the timestamps in the subtitle file? Bonus points if,
> assuming the subtitle script includes character tags, there's a way to
> set different synthesized voices for different characters. Would be
> handy for media that has English softsubs, but no English audio...
> though even just a means of converting .srt or .ssa to something more
> human readable would be useful.
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