My timing files don’t have Covid-19 but with limited travel and meeting options, I’m looking for a way to outsource the work of fine tuning audio timing files. I’m interested particularly in knowing if there is a way to export the HTML files (possibly with the MP3s) used to fine tune the timing files and then send them to my team to remotely work through the timing adjustments and send the timing files back to me.
My language team doesn’t have SAB installed on their computers, and it seems daunting to help them install it remotely. If I could simply export the HTML timing files then they wouldn’t need the whole SAB installation and several people on the team could help adjust the timing files. All they would need would be a browser to open the HTML files and save the TXT files when they finish each chapter.
Yesterday I attempted to remotely train my team, using Skype and Zoom, showing them how I use SAB to fine tune the timing files. It was an epic failure. Their internet was so slow that Skype screen share was about 45 seconds behind the audio, and Zoom screen share was about 2 seconds behind the audio. So it was very difficult to teach something about timing when the training medium itself can’t keep synchronized.
I suspect the HTML files that SAB creates for fine tuning the timing files will all reference the MP3 and TXT files that are on my computer. So is there a simple way to save that HTML and edit it to reference a folder on their computer to find the audio and timing files?
I’ve got the whole NT and 50 chapters of Genesis, so that’s why I’m looking for ways to outsource the work.
I searched previous posts and didn’t find this topic, but let me know if I missed a post that treats this topic.