Phrase from movies/tv?
June 9, 2021 3:23 PM   Subscribe

I saw this recently: a website that given some text as input would play parts of movies / tv shows that said those words for you. I can't remember where I saw it... metafilter? some random site in my RSS reader? Anyway, I'd like to find it again.

It is NOT: playphrase.me or subzin.com
posted by jeffamaphone to Media & Arts (9 answers total) 7 users marked this as a favorite
 
getyarn.io?
posted by praemunire at 3:30 PM on June 9 [2 favorites]


Response by poster: > https://getyarn.io/

No, but that one is cool. The tool I'm looking for would make a custom movie by splicing together just the clips saying the specific word you entered from whatever media it found them in. So I could enter an arbitrary phrase and get a custom video. These just let me search for known phrases in movies.

Rereading the question I don't think I made that clear. :(
posted by jeffamaphone at 4:01 PM on June 9


Youglish pulls all youtube videos containing a given word or phrase and lets you move from one to another but you have to click to move to the next.
posted by Gotanda at 6:19 PM on June 9


Out of curiosity, why not playphrase.me? It seems to be the direct answer to what you're asking.
posted by metabaroque at 8:47 PM on June 9


Is it MUBI remix? https://www.trendhunter.com/trends/mubi-remix
posted by Roger Schredderer at 10:50 PM on June 9 [1 favorite]


I saw it too, I think it was on Hacker News
posted by Morpeth at 6:17 AM on June 10


metabaroque, I think OP is looking for a tool that will build a sequence of words that may or may not have existed before in a movie. So I could type, “Tequila murdered Ted’s father” and it would pull a very short clip from four different movies and stitch them together.

Having said that, I tried searching and have so far come up empty, but this seems really cool so I’ll keep looking.
posted by Night_owl at 6:36 AM on June 10


Upon failing to preview, MUBI Remix does appear to do this.
posted by Night_owl at 6:39 AM on June 10


vixt, a phone app, seems to be the closest. There was a site (app?) called clipdis that did this but does not appear to be online anymore
posted by O9scar at 1:27 PM on June 10


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