FYI You can use youtube-dl to download the subtitles too
If you already got the video and just want the subtitles:
youtube-dl --write-sub --sub-lang en --skip-download URL
Where "URL" is the link
This skips the downloading of the video and just gets the English subtitles
Or if you want the auto-generated subtitles:
youtube-dl --write-auto-sub --sub-lang en --skip-download URL
German is "de", Japanese is "jp" and so on...
VLC should be able to play your video with the downloaded subs
The resulting file can be converted to linguist friendly formats like #Praat TextGrid.
Some converters are here: https://github.com/nzilbb/ag/blob/master/bin/README.md#getting-textgrid-transcripts-of-youtube-videos
@cypnk youtube-dl can also embed the subtitles into the file! youtube-dl --all-subs --embed-subs URL.
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