Linking text to audio or video / sonic chat?
ambalashes at gmail.com
Tue Jun 9 07:33:25 UTC 2015
Thank you very much!
On Monday, 8 June 2015 20:47:44 UTC+1, Brian MacWhinney wrote:
> Dear Amber,
> You can link to video without paying any attention to the audio. Just
> don’t select Sonic Mode. However, if you want to use Sonic Mode, you can
> combine this with the other video editing features.
> I took a look just now at section 7.3 on video editing and I see that the
> material in the first paragraph was out of date. Here is the newer version:
> To learn to do video linking, it is best to work with the tutorial
> materials available from http://childes.talkbank.org/clan/tutorial.zip.
> The tutorial uses a conversation between a clinician and a person with
> aphasia describing a picture story. The final version you are trying to
> create is 09final.cha in the /transcribing folder.
> 1. You may want to open this at the beginning. After the file
> opens, you will see some solid black bullets. These are the time markers.
> 2. If you type Esc-A they will expand and you can see their
> values. Then type Esc-A again to close them. Remember to always release
> the escape key before typing the next key.
> 3. Now place your cursor near the beginning of the file and
> type Esc-8 for continuous playback. The video window should open and the
> file should play back. When you want it to stop, double click.
> 4. To play back a single line, place your mouse just to the
> left of a bullet, press the command key (Windows: control) and click the
> mouse. After a few seconds of pause, the segment will play.
> 5. Try playing different segments, as well as using the
> continuous movie playback mode, showing and playing from thumbnails, and
> other video features found in the "Mode" menu.
> After exploring the final product, you should go through the files in the
> /transcribing section in sequence.
> —Brian MacWhinney
> Hi all
> I am learning to transcribe in CHAT format with reference to some of the
> online published guidance. I have a question regarding linking the
> transcript (in progress) to the video file that I am transcribing (is this
> the same as Sonic chat?). Question: is this an optional rather than
> necessary or recommended? As far as I understand, a main benefit of doing
> this is that it makes for more efficient checking and re-checking of
> transcriptions, as you can go to the immediate point on the video/audio and
> check it against your transcription.
> Thanks (and please excuse any of my ignorance revealed in this message -
> v.new to CHAT).
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