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Every Browser works a little bit different.

 

EXTRACTING VTT SUBTITLES USING EDGE AND GOOGLE CHROME IN MICROSOFT 10.pdf

I use Cliqz (Firefox).

 

Short :

Go to tv.jw.org

Select the video, but do not start it.

Press F12

Press Network Analysys

Press All or XHR

Start the video

after a few seconds a vtt-file appears

(now you can stop the video)

rigtclick on the .vtt

open in a new Tab

Download the file

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A little Extra :

Here can you convert vtt to txt (or to srt) :

https://subtitletools.com/convert-subtitles-to-plain-text-online

 

You can open txt with WORD and convert txt to docx.

Here is a hint how to remove blank spaces and blank lines in docx:

https://www.bltech.de/tipps/In-Microsoft-Word-alle-Leerzeilen-entfernen.php

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