LRC Mark and Transcribe 1.5.2
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LRC Mark and Transcribe is a lyrics file editor for Microsoft Windows. LRC allows the user to create a synchronized-lyrics text file while playing an audio file. While the user controls audio playback in LRC, he or she presses a button to mark each line of lyrics with the time of the current position in the audio file. Alternatively, an audio file can be transcribed line by line, and LRC Mark and Transcribe will mark (timestamp) each line automatically. Selected media players can use these timestamps in LRC files to display synchronized lyrics while playing audio. When LRC runs, it will prompt the user to select a valid audio file (MP3, WAV, or M4A). It will then prompt for lyrics text, which can be typed or pasted. Alternatively, the main menu can be used to import a text file. LRC will attempt to retrieve any available file tags for title, artist, and album. Using the text fields at the top of the application window, the user can modify the tag text to be saved in the LRC file. The user can then press F3 to play the audio, and F4 to mark lines of lyrics with a timestamp. When the last line has been marked, LRC will copy the name of the audio file to the Windows clipboard. Registered users will then be prompted to save the marked lyrics as a LRC text file. For use with most audio players that can accommodate LRC files, pressing CTRL-V is recommended, to paste the name of the audio file into the filename field, so that the names of the audio file and the LRC lyrics file will match. The tag text shown at the top of the application window will be saved in the LRC file but not the original audio file. The native audio file will not be altered in any way.