To work with SBV files in Anycount, let’s get to know a little more about this format.
The SBV is the subtitle format is used by YouTube to display closed captions in uploaded videos. It is a plaintext farmot, similar to SRT and files can be opened and edited by any text editior. Specialized subtitle editors, like Subtitle Workshop, can also edit SBV filesLink: Subtitle Workshop
Anycount will always count subtitle text in SBV files. Optionally, you may also enable it to count the timecodes, formatting and descriptions found in the file.
When counting of .SBV files is completed, you can: