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[http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/software/syncWRITER/info.english.html  syncWRITER ]  ([mailto:info@med-i-bit.de med-i-bit]) <br />This is commercial software for the Mac which allows you to synchronize different "tracks" -- e.g., multiple transcription tracks, a video track and a comment track. The authors call a collection of these tracks a "score" and the format resembles a musical score. Video is stored in a track as a series of time-stamped frames. A user interested in a specific part of the video can put the desired frames on the score and use the other tracks to describe them. Although playing a video is allowed, it is not synchronized with the other tracks while playing. A [http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/software/software.html demo] version is available. A single license for an educational institution is DM 850.00.
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[http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/software/syncWRITER/info.english.html  syncWRITER ]  ([mailto:info@med-i-bit.de med-i-bit]) <br />This is commercial software for the Mac which allows you to synchronize different "tracks" -- e.g., multiple transcription tracks, a video track and a comment track. The authors call a collection of these tracks a "score" and the format resembles a musical score. Video is stored in a track as a series of time-stamped frames. A user interested in a specific part of the video can put the desired frames on the score and use the other tracks to describe them. Although playing a video is allowed, it is not synchronized with the other tracks while playing. The software is not ditributed commercially any more, a [http://www.sign-lang.uni-hamburg.de/software/software.html demo] version is available. An import filter for converting syncWriter data to a more sustainable XML format is integrated in [[EXMARaLDA]].

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syncWRITER (med-i-bit)
This is commercial software for the Mac which allows you to synchronize different "tracks" -- e.g., multiple transcription tracks, a video track and a comment track. The authors call a collection of these tracks a "score" and the format resembles a musical score. Video is stored in a track as a series of time-stamped frames. A user interested in a specific part of the video can put the desired frames on the score and use the other tracks to describe them. Although playing a video is allowed, it is not synchronized with the other tracks while playing. The software is not ditributed commercially any more, a demo version is available. An import filter for converting syncWriter data to a more sustainable XML format is integrated in EXMARaLDA.