Video Annotation

Matthew Martin, 2015
A video annotation research tool for video research analysis.

This is an application created for annotating HD videos locally. It responds to the mainstreaming of video as a research tool by identifying a gap in available systems and providing a standalone research tool for students and tutors. It promotes detailed embedded analysis of video resources by allowing users to notate specific items within the footage and potentially see new connections between actions and different objects. The software is intended to be adaptable to different video related projects, including play related interactions and storytelling through annotations.

Video annotation, research, analysis, mainstream, quicktime


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Part of the 11th Technology, Knowledge and Society conference. Full program found here: (search for “Mainstreaming Moving Image Annotation Software for Critical Video Analysis”)