Strip Timecode from .SRT file Free on Mac (or Windows, Linux, etc)

While looking for a way to strip out the TC info from an .srt file that I took from Youtube’s automatic captioning, I ran across this video showing a way to do it using the spreadsheet sort function. It’s a pretty handy idea and I’ll keep it in mind when attempting to do the same to other similar files, but I found a much easier way to do it for .srt files using a free program called Jubler. For reference here’s the first method using a spreadsheet:

(Here’s a link, owner does not allow embedding)
https://youtu.be/AzmX4y5SZ90

Using Jubler, just open the .srt file in the program, then save as a .txt file, that’s it!
Jubler available here:

http://www.jubler.org/

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