Hello, everyone. I'm a software developer and I have a new product that does a word search of YouTube videos. I'm finalizing the code right now, and I intend to release my app to the world after the new year. So basically, it will find all the YouTube videos under a certain subject and load 50 at a time into the hopper. You can click on each one and see if it contains the word or phrase you're searching for. Whether or not it contains your word or phrase you can download the caption file in either SRT or VTT caption formats (two common formats) or as a text transcript in either paragraph or line-by-line format. If line-by-line it will give you the option to include timecode or not. The really big deal is the search function, though, as it will give you every instance of the word or phrase you searched for and a direct video link to where that search phrase it used in the video. The search results can also be printed out as a text file. I'm thinking this will be very useful for anyone who does video research. My problem is that I have no idea what to price it at. I know if the price is high, I'll sell some, but many will balk at the price. If I sell it low, I'm leaving a lot of money on the table.
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