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.LRC to EOF Converter


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Download:

LRCconverter.xlsm

v.2.7 (2017-02)

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Instructions:

1. Get lyrics file in .LRC format. (see LRC wiki)

2. Convert .LRC file content in LRCconverter.xlsm

4. Import new .LRC to EOF  

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LRCconverter.xlsm is Excel(required) Macro-Enabled Spreadsheet.

 

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Example LRC line (text is too long and 3 time signatures causing import error in EOF):

[03:59.76][04:16.13][06:35.17]Something to save me from myself

After converting (sentence is splitted to single words and time + leading silence time is added):

[04:02.76]Something [04:03.66]to [04:03.86]save [04:04.26]me [04:04.46]from [04:04.86]myself [04:05.46] 
[04:19.13]Something [04:20.03]to [04:20.23]save [04:20.63]me [04:20.83]from [04:21.23]myself [04:21.83] 
[06:38.17]Something [06:39.07]to [06:39.27]save [06:39.67]me [06:39.87]from [06:40.27]myself [06:40.87] 
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The practice of defining a lyric at multiple timestamps on a single line may not be extremely compliant of the LRC format, because extended LRC format does support multiple timestamps per line, such as:

[timestamp] lyric [timestamp] lyric...etc.

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  • 2 years later...

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@@I)ark_Seph It's just converting one format to another so depending on the quality of the original you get, you'll get different result. It might save some time but it might also not be available on some song.

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I tried looking for some lyrics files when I first started making CDLC, but then quickly realized there aren't many (good) lyric files online.

(at least not for the songs I was making)

so just like many people, I believe, went straight to pasting lyric text into ultrastar

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I've had a quick look at the example in the main tab and my understanding is that a .lrc file is a pre-existing lyric file which has lyrics written line by line and the start time of each line. You copy/paste into here and it splits each line equally by the number of words to give an approximate time per word, and it creates the output text in .xml format. Is that correct?

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