Although InqScribe is built around QuickTime and Windows Media Player, you can also use VLC Player to playback subtitled videos with your InqScribe transcript. Here's how:

  1. Open InqScribe.
  2. Prepare your transcript.
  3. Once it's ready, select "File > Export > SubRip Format..."
  4. Select a name for your file and specify its save location with the "Choose..." button. This will create a SubRip .srt file of your transcript.
  5. Open VLC Player.
  6. In VLC Player, select "Media > Open File" from the top menu bar, choose the video file associated with your subtitles, and select "Open."
  7. The video will begin playing. Now select "Subtitle > Add Subtitle File..." Choose the SubRip file you created in InqScribe (ending in .srt) and select "Open."
  8. VLC Player will now display your subtitles!

For a list of supported file formats, head over to the VideoLAN wiki page below:

https://wiki.videolan.org/VLC_Features_Formats/


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