nest0r’s list of useful tools

A nice and comprehensible list nest0r posted on the koohii forum. Just wanted to make sure not to lose it, therefore I repost it quickly (all hails to him, of course!)

Koohii tools (programmed by cb partially (?))

  • Audio Lesson StudioLink – “Allows you to create simple, user-defined, .mp3 audio lessons that may be used as an aid for learning languages or just about anything else – use your imagination! Audio can be based on existing media or automatically generated using Text-To-Speech.”
  • Capture2Text – Japanese OCR UtilityLink – “A utility that allows you to quickly capture a small portion of the screen, OCR it and (by default) save the result to the clipboard.”
  • cb’s Japanese Word Frequency List GeneratorLink – “A utility for generating word frequency lists from files that contains Japanese text.”
  • cbJisho – E-J Dictionary Based on Word FrequencyLink – “An English-to-Japanese dictionary that sorts results based on relative frequencies in blogs, newspapers, and novels.”
  • JNovel FormatterLink – “A utility that will convert a Japanese novel (in text form) to one or more specially formatted HTML files.”
  • JReadabilityLink – “A utility that will compute the Obi-2 Reading Level and Hayashi Score for the provided Japanese texts.”
  • Rikaichan + JDIC Audio Firefox ExtensionLink – A modification of Rikaichan to include JDIC vocabulary audio support.
  • subs2srsLink – “A utility that allows you to create SRS (for example Anki) import files based on your favorite foreign language movies and TV shows to aid in the language learning process.”
  • vobsub2textLink – “A utility that uses OCR technology to automatically convert VOBSUB subtitles (.idx/.sub) to subrip (.srt) subtitles.”

Bonus:

  • background typingLink – Autohotkey script that lets you type/paste text into a designated program without switching from the active window.
  • bassplayerLink – Media player with adjustable volume to go with the shared Anki plugin Custom Media Player 2. Usage: Link
  • Frequency list for Japanese novelsLink – List generated using the Word Frequency Generator.
  • JDIC Audio Extraction ToolLink – Tools for extracting desired JDIC audio files from the linked offline JDIC vocabulary audio archive.
  • JReadability results for a large batch of novelsLink – A sorted list of readability scores for Japanese novels.
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3 Responses to nest0r’s list of useful tools

  1. Wow, wonderful blog layout! How long have you been blogging for?

    you make blogging look easy. The overall look of
    your web site is magnificent, let alone the content!

    • Tori-senpai says:

      Hi,

      it’s the first time I decided to blog really, but I am not actually doing so anymore. It just lost its taste and the blog keeps on living for those interested in what I could collect over the year in terms of knowledge.
      I hope it will be useful for you, but in fact it is just a chronological progress chart for me now.

      Thanks for visiting, though.
      Tori-kun

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