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Use subs2srs to Create Anki Decks Based on Your Favorite Movie or Show

(2017-05-06, 10:24 pm)theadamie Wrote: Are we ever going to see a Mac version of this?
Macs are infinitely more Japanese friendly which is one of the main reasons I use them. I can't be the only one on here.

Not to derail the thread, but what are some examples of macOS being infinitely more Japanese friendly?
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There is a flash card language learning site using movie substitles so you dont have to make your own decks. For Japanese to English - http://sublearning.com/pick/japanese/english and for English to Japanese http://sublearning.com/pick/english/japanese
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I'm not the tech-savviest person out there, but I'm trying to use Subs2srs and I...well I got stuck....

I followed this guide to set it up http://subs2srs.sourceforge.net/#how_to_use

Just got done pasting all the files into the appdata folder, in collection.media. The appdata folder took me forever to find, but all I had to do was go to the Anki help guide to find out that that's where they save their files (I know I'm not the smartest person ever):

"On Windows, the latest Anki versions store your Anki files in your appdata folder. You can access it by opening the file manager, and typing %APPDATA%\Anki2 in the location field. Older versions of Anki stored your Anki files in a folder called Anki in your Documents folder."

And now the pics are not showing up in my Anki deck, and the audio won't play.

They worked perfectly in Subs2srs, though.

I want to use this program so badly and I'm confused :/

EDIT
figured it out. Copied the files wrong lol. Tongue

Now to figure out how to get the replay button to work on this....
Edited: 2017-09-14, 2:22 am
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