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iTitle - Twitter Subtitles Generator for SMIL 3.0 SmilText (including in-browser replay), .srt and timed text XML (used with BBC iPlayer)

Twitter Powered Subtitles for BBC iPlayer^SMIL 3.0 SmilText, .srt and timed text (used with BBC iPlayer and YouTube <NEW>and Vimeo HTML5 Video </NEW> )

Generate subtitles from tweets

If creating Twitter subtitled YouTube or Vimeo clips it is recommended that you log in using Twitter so that your files aren't overwritten by other users

1. Where do you want to search?


CSV Data Source
[Optional: Google Spreadsheet template for .csv input (open, make a copy, input data, download as .csv)}

[Optional: Use the Google Spreadsheet mentioned in this blog post to automatically collect tweets to a Google Spreadsheet]

For .csv files modifying the export from Twapper Keeper works best. As a minimum your .csv should have the following column headers 'text', 'time' and 'from_user'. Time is in unix time and maximum filesize 1Mb

2. When did it happen?


Times are based on GMT. The time frame is currently limited to 3 hour window.

3. What happened?

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4. How do you want it?


Translated - Normalise tweets to: powered by Leave blank to keep tweets in original format

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