Airs is a tool for video coding. You listen (or watch) an audio (or video) file, and after each event occurring in the movie-be it a sentence spoken by a person in the movie or some action taken-you pause the movie in order to assign to the event some attributes. In other words, you divide the movie into (usually very small) parts, called utterances, and fill out a questionary for each of them. In this way you obtain statistical data, which you can eventually analyze using convential statistical analysis.Thus, Airs provides you a user-friendly way to assign attributes to arbitrary parts of a movie, to edit these attributes, and to export them to a text file suitable for input by application programs for statistical analysis (such as the professional software S-PLUS or spreadsheet applications à la Microsoft Excel or OpenOffice's Calc).
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