I want to make article about my go-to Android apps for a year already, I have draft and everything other than hyperlinks, but after I lost it I don’t have enough motivation to start make it again (I’m still mourning).
Anyway, now I am ready to make one! My list of recommended Android apps for smartphone. I’m not always connected, I don’t have means for credit card, and my data subscription is limited, that’s for a starting note. Warning: long list of apps ahead.
I like to subscribe to podcast and Youtube Channel. Usually I download the video at uni and watch it back home without internet connection. Before I know Miro, my routine can be written as these:
Subscribe to channel through RSS
Video links piled up on RSS
Go to uni > internet
Skim through RSS, download interesting videos from channel using IDM (exhausting process: play one video, download with IDM, choose dimension, rinse and repeat)
It’s a nice way to download one video, for many videos though, it is long and tiring process. I already go through google and forum recommendation to find the best software to quicken this process and haven’t gotten satisfactory result, until I find Miro.
Before, I’ve told you about my new project, the BahasaIndonesiato…. In that blog, I upload video of translated-to-English Indonesian song. Anyway, because of that project, I learned how to do subbing and timing a video so that the lyric can follow the video so that you can read the lyric and sing-along (and learn Indonesian).
There are so many ways on doing my intended aim (hardsubbing video). In the end, I choose one way to do it, the one that I feel most comfortable with. I do think that it takes a roundabout way to do that (and I don’t actually recommend you to do it), but I do feel that I want to share the way (and read this again in case I forget the steps, hehe.)
Maybe a few of you have read any, Tamora Pierce is a young adult novel author with the premise that there is no adventure, young adult novels with girls as main characters. And hey, girls can also defeat dragon, be a knight, cast high scale magic just like boys, right? Then, She wrote Alanna: The First Adventure. The rest is history.