Digital video analysis using QuickTime
Knibb, K. and Herrington, J. (1998) Digital video analysis using QuickTime. In: AUC Academic Conference 98, 27 - 30 September 1998, University of Melbourne, Melbourne.
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Video has been used as an analysis tool in a wide range of research settings and paradigms. This paper describes a computer program developed for the purpose of coding QuickTime movies on a computer desktop. Events in these movies can then be coded for analysis by means of user-defined categories. Each event that is coded in a category is called an instance. Text can be attached to each instance and this text can be searched. Instances identified as a result of this search can then be used to create new movies. Movies can be created from all instances within each category.
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|Notes:||Appears In: Flexible Learning: Exploring the myths and realities. Proceedings of the AUC Academic Conference 98|
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