I'm trying to convert lyrics tagged with ESLyric within foobar2000 to a format which is recognized by MusicBee. The problem is that MusicBee only accepts one timestamp in front of each row. ESLyric (with KGMusic as a source) writes timestamps for every word (for most of the songs). So I'm trying to find a regex or script solution, to convert something like this:
[00:00.28]Mac [00:00.43]Miller [00:00.57]- [00:00.74]Complicated[00:00.84]
[00:00.84]Written [00:00.99]By[00:01.14]：[00:01.24]Jon [00:01.39]Brion[00:01.55]、[00:01.65]Mac [00:01.80]Miller[00:02.40]
[00:12.86]Outside [00:13.47]is [00:13.77]cloudy [00:14.63]but [00:14.99]I [00:15.34]like [00:15.74]that [00:16.14]better [00:17.05]Better [00:18.80]better [00:19.36]
[00:19.36]Behind [00:19.77]the [00:20.17]wheel [00:20.58]but [00:20.93]still [00:21.33]ain't [00:21.74]on [00:22.09]my [00:22.45]way[00:23.56]
to something like this:
[00:00.28]Mac Miller - Complicated
[00:00.84]Written By：Jon Brion、Mac Miller
[00:12.86]Outside is cloudy but I like that better Better better
[00:19.36]Behind the wheel but still ain't on my way
MusicBee can use them as synced lyrics, but everything after the first occurence of a timestamp is shown as well, which makes the lyrics unreadable.
I've tried various attempts to get rid of everything inside the brackets after the first timestamp with Actions or the Tag conversion, but my knowledge of regex is too limited to achieve that (if it's even possible).
Thanks for any help!