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 Studio – Link – “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 Utility – Link – “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 Generator – Link – “A utility for generating word frequency lists from files that contains Japanese text.”
- cbJisho – E-J Dictionary Based on Word Frequency – Link – “An English-to-Japanese dictionary that sorts results based on relative frequencies in blogs, newspapers, and novels.”
- JNovel Formatter – Link – “A utility that will convert a Japanese novel (in text form) to one or more specially formatted HTML files.”
- JReadability – Link – “A utility that will compute the Obi-2 Reading Level and Hayashi Score for the provided Japanese texts.”
- Rikaichan + JDIC Audio Firefox Extension – Link – A modification of Rikaichan to include JDIC vocabulary audio support.
- subs2srs – Link – “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.”
- vobsub2text – Link – “A utility that uses OCR technology to automatically convert VOBSUB subtitles (.idx/.sub) to subrip (.srt) subtitles.”
- background typing – Link – Autohotkey script that lets you type/paste text into a designated program without switching from the active window.
- bassplayer – Link – Media player with adjustable volume to go with the shared Anki plugin Custom Media Player 2. Usage: Link
- Frequency list for Japanese novels – Link – List generated using the Word Frequency Generator.
- JDIC Audio Extraction Tool – Link – Tools for extracting desired JDIC audio files from the linked offline JDIC vocabulary audio archive.
- JReadability results for a large batch of novels – Link – A sorted list of readability scores for Japanese novels.