Convert captions/subtitles from TXT to XML

TXT (plain text) is a simple file format that stores documents as unformatted text, mostly used for creating simple documents and notes. XML (eXtensible Markup Language), on the contrary, is a structured language used for encoding documents in a format that is both human-readable and machine-readable. Occasionally, you may find the need to convert TXT files into XML files to ensure their compatibility and accessibility across multiple platforms. The following is a detailed guide on how to convert TXT to XML using our Caption Subtitle Converter.

Step 1: Go to the Captions/Subtitles Converter

Firstly, click on the link or copy and paste this link into your browser https://transcribefiles.net/other/pages/caption-subtitle-converter.htm.

Step 2: Set conversion settings

Scroll down to the Convert To section. In the Select format dropdown menu, select “.xml” For the “Character Encoding” option, most users can just leave it as “UTF-8” unless your TXT file uses a different type of encoding.

Step 3: Choose TXT file

Navigate to the Convert From section and click on the “Browse” button. In the pop-up dialog, find and select the TXT file that you want to convert. After you select the TXT file, click on the “Open” button.

Step 4: Download the XML file

The converter will immediately start the conversion process. After it finishes the conversion, you will see a popup window that lets you download the converted XML file. Click on the “Download” button and choose a save location on your computer.

That’s all! Now you know how to convert TXT to XML using the TranscribeFiles Caption Subtitle Converter.

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