Bumped into an interesting piece of wisdom called Hyrum's Law:
With a sufficient number of users of an API, it does not matter what you promise in the contract: all observable behaviors of your system will be depended on by somebody.
I've been having stutters in Vulkan, apparently it's Nvidia Drivers' fault, so I reverted to 512 according to this: https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/forums/geforce-graphics-cards/5/505679/regular-microstutter-in-vulkan-applications-after-/?topicPage=40
And no, that did NOT fix it. What's going on? My GPU is an RTX 2070, by the way.
I just figured out how to make subtitles work in TDM (srt) for ingame cutscenes and how to automatically generate the srt file in Kdenlive's speech recognition (I just had to edit it a bit).
Kdenlive is a free and open source multiplatform pretty advanced video editor.
Test case is the first builder gost scene in Requiem saying:
00:00:00,180 --> 00:00:02,140
the builder be with you this night
00:00:02,600 --> 00:00:04,840
there will be secrets all around you
00:00:05,040 --> 00:00:06,439
so have a keen eye
The following page gives you the basic info:
These 2 tutorials give you the info for creating the srt files:
If you run into the problem the Kdenlive cannot find your Python PATH, then here is a solution:
Edit: During the installation of Python, in the installer, if you select more options, you can specify to set the PATH. I tried this on another Windows computer and this fixed the issue. Much easier solution.
This is all the code for the testcase:
Maybe I will create a seperate (text,images based) tutorial on the wiki.