Before using Anycount with JS (JSS), let’s get to know a little more about this format.
These two extensions are used by the JACOsub format. The format takes its name from a subtitle editor for the Amiga computer (now available as Freeware), and is currently supported by the VLC media player.
Anycount will always include the subtitle text when counting in JS (JSS) files. Optionally, you may also enable it to count the timecodes, formatting and descriptions found in the file.
When counting of .JS (.JSS) files is completed, you can: