What I mean by that, is something which plays me a sound file, lets me describe it, plays the next one, you get the point. And until the folder ends. When all of this is done, it generates a excel spreadsheet/database thingy that is easily searchable. For instance, if I have 300 files with movie quotes but named like BATMAN_REVENGE_1 it is not easy for me to find stuff. If I could do a quick search, for instance searching "be back" would result in TERMINATOR_MEMORABLE_3. I would really appreciate any help.

  • Have you thought of running speech recognition on each ans storing the results in original_file_name.txt which would save you a lot of typing. – Steve Barnes Mar 3 '17 at 7:24
  • Not easily searchable, and speech recognition... well... it is not perfect yet. – Rph Mar 3 '17 at 10:41
  • Ever heard of grep, grin, find, etc. very easily searchable, (and no need to start/own excel), speech recognition has come on a long way and even if the results are 90% it is a lot quicker updating something nearly right than typing it all in from scratch. You could also collate it to Excel or a database later. – Steve Barnes Mar 3 '17 at 13:17
  • Windows guy here, so grep is not my book. – Rph Mar 3 '17 at 16:32
  • Wingrep or on Windows 10 Bash grep! – Steve Barnes Mar 3 '17 at 18:04

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