Text-to-Speech with Subtitle(s)

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Hello, this is a followup to another text-to-speech issue. For that I provided a simple AuthoHotkey script (which actually needs the executable to run.)
I thought it might be nice to have a decent-looking subtitle after the spoken text, and iseahound has provided a great subtitle library, and the subtitles look good. You can really, really customize these subtitles, see the link. So here goes…

TTS with subtitles.zip (439.6 KB)

These files should be in the archive:

AutoHotkeyU32.exe
class_Subtitle.ahk
ex6.ahk
Gdip_All.ahk
TTS6_ahk.xaml

Regards,
burque505

Some examples of subtitles from iseahound’s AHK forum post:

(No, I have no idea what it means … something about “glowing” and “fireworks”)

(Maybe a headline from “The Sun”?)

(Purple clouds, always nice …)

(Typical …)