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Updating to ru15k v2.0

The new version of the ru15k deck has just been released. This post contains instructions for existing users of the original ru15k who wants to update to the new version. If you are a new user, or only studied a small number of cards from the original ru15k, you can also simply delete the original deck and start using this deck directly, which would not require any manual intervention.

Using SSM with mpvacious to mine videos

Mpvacious is an addon for the mpv video player. Mpv is a free, keyboard-driven and highly extensible, which makes it particularly suitable for language learning.

Mpvacious facilitates making Anki notes from subtitled videos. While it supports adding notes directly, in this post we will use SSM to actually add the cards, then use mpvacious to add the screenshot and audio afterwards.

Anki decks from Tatoeba sentences

This blog post is a tutorial on creating a CSV file to import into Anki using Tatoeba sentences, a frequency list, and pre-downloaded Wiktionary entries.

You can find the frequency dictionary file (freqdict.csv) here and the Tatoeba sentences directly from their website.