I've been using Laverna for a few years ago since I wanted a simple markdown notes program with encryption. I'd like to finally switch to another program and Joplin seems the best in keeping encryption and giving me control of my data. However, I haven't found an easy way to import my past notes to Joplin.
Laverna's export names files with random character strings and splits metadata (title, notebook, etc) into a JSON file and the main note into a markdown file. I tried importing the data to Joplin as a "MD - Markdown (Directory)", but of course then Joplin doesn't know to use the JSON information and I just get a bunch of notes with random character strings for the titles.
I assume I will have to write some code to transform my notes into a format Joplin works better with like JEX, RAW, or ENEX. Is there documentation for the formats or some existing tool for converting files I'm probably overlooking?