ToolCenterMain Page | About | Help | FAQ | Special pages | Log in

Printable version | Disclaimers | Privacy policy

Synchrotext

From ToolCenter

Synchrotext provides an editor with a tool to combine recorded performances with transcriptions, translations, and commentaries that are informed by experts from a local community. Combining a performer's art with an informed audience's understanding, Synchrotext is designed to preserve, valorize, and teach the richness of local languages and oral literary styles. It should prove useful in a variety of fields, including oral history, oral literature, performance studies, visual anthropology, film history, language instruction, dance analysis, culinary arts, and distance learning.

The free, online Synchrotext player can be seen at http://smithsonian.tv/synchrotext. The easy-to-use editor can be licensed without cost by an individual or institution for the non-commercial safeguarding of intangible cultural heritage. Commercial licenses are also available. See the smithsonian.tv site for more details.

Page loaded from http://echo.gmu.edu/toolcenter-wiki/index.php?title=Synchrotext

This page has been accessed 10,074 times. This page was last modified on 21 May 2007, at 21:40.


Find

Browse
Main Page
Community
Current events
Recent changes
Random page
Help
Edit
View source
Editing help
This page
Discuss this page
New section
Printable version
Context
Page history
What links here
Related changes
My pages
Log in / create account
Special pages
New pages
<imagelist>
Statistics
More...