Studiocode Tutorials | 9.32 Sorter Window - Simultaneous Transcribing and Coding
In this video tutorial we're going to go over how to code and transcribe simultaneously.
In the transcription window of the two typical methods of transcribing the method that will go over in this tutorial is definitely the lesser used method and really should be reserved for specific situations where discourse analysis is really paramount to your work said differently.
Generally speaking it makes more sense to actually code the instances with a code window in the timeline first then transcribed where necessary after coating first but this method will we will transcribe and code simultaneously and then take those that information and push it back to the timelines.
So the first thing we'll do you can see I have a movie package open here I'm going to go to file new transcription window then I'll hit position and that orients the windows neatly for me on the screen and the first thing we'll do is then check this box on the timeline which sort of turns on these loopy markers which we'll talk about in a moment.
You should also at this point be familiar with all the keyboard shortcuts that are covered in another video tutorial very helpful specifically for this this method of transcription.
So you can see my playhead is here on the timeline and well we've checked the box on the timeline I'll now single click in the first time reference cell so the first thing we can do is use a keyboard shortcut control I to mark in when the cursor is in this time reference cell.
Actually the cursor doesn't necessarily need to be in the same reference cell but to start with. Let's point out the fact that it is and just arbitrarily I'll mark in here we can change that later but the first thing we want to do is just establish a mark endpoint so I'll go control I on the keyboard and that establishes a mark in point at seven minutes 48 seconds and change and this duration right here five seconds is the default amount of time that you'll see the video is going to be looking.
So we don't know who the speaker is yet right because we're we haven't listened to the video so now I'll just play the video control l's the shortcut in the fraction and you're going to compare the two fractions be labeling the fraction.
Okay so you can hear that video just loops in five second increments. That loop can be changed right here on the transcription window so if you can sort of handle a longer utterance or statement then you can change that loop there.
For me I'll just leave it at five seconds. Let me listen again to what was said and you're going to compare the two fractions be labeling the fraction so the cursor is in the speaker cell and it's the teacher speaking. That teacher eventually will become a row name so the speaker column will become a row name in the timeline and you're going to compare the two fractions we labeling the fresh she says were and your victim here the two fractions to be labeling the fraction and you're going to compare the two fractions okay so i hit control k just deposit there.
Remember we've marked in but we haven't marked out yet and she's not done speaking it so I want to hear more of what she's going to be said so here's where I will use the keyboard shortcuts us f2 and you can see that just advanced the looping markers for seconds so it actually overlaps the last second of the first portion of what she was saying and gives you another four seconds.
So if I let this loop here we can hear what's being further said well now do this through a discussion we're going to talk about which piece is too. We're going to do this through a discussion. We're going to talk about which piece is this. We're going to do this through a discussion. We're going to talk about which piece is finished. We're going to do this through a discussion. We're going to talk about which piece is too. We're going to do this so let's just imagine for for our purposes here that this is the end of your sentence through a discussion.
We're going to talk about which piece so I just pause it at the end of which piece so my thought in my head is that I now want to mark out and end the instance here so you might imagine control I was marked in. I'll use control O to mark out now when I do this watch what happens to the cursor in this order i'll hit control O.
Right now that ends or marks out the first instance so one thing that happened is this duration just turned or switched from five seconds to 8.6 six seconds it automatically marks in in this next instance and auto fills the speaker cell presuming that the same person is saying something else that might be noteworthy.
If it's not we can quickly change that and it sets the looping marker back to five seconds and we can also change the march in point as well if we need to.
So let's let's do that i'll go ahead and use ctrl L to play and start the looping. It's bigger than the other piece like if I was comparing one half think of this bigger than the other piece like if I was comparing one half think of this is bigger than the other piece like if I was comparing one half think of this bigger in the like if I was comparing one half.
So let's just say I didn't want that little portion of what you were saying before she says life if I had and I saw in other words in my head I want to change the marked end point let me play the video and then pause it just before she says that is bigger than me the other piece so now I pause the video just before where I want my numark input to be so I can just simply hit control I on the keyboard that changes the mark in point you just saw that switch from 757 2 759 still the teacher I'll just tab over to the next cell so I have a new mark in point control elements comparing one half of this is a pizza so you can now hear the utterance starts with like like if i was comparing one half think of this as a pizza like if I was comparing one half think of this as a pizza like if I was prepared now hit f2 it will advance suzuki markers again by five seconds and overlap the one set one second and I'm really hungry what I want to eat and i'm really hungry what I want to eat and i'm really hungry f2 again I don't need to pause it every time I'm just pause my videos you can hear my voice here we want to eat half of the pizza or one-fourth of the case we want to eat half of a key for one fourth of the pieces want to eat half of the pizza or one-fourth of the teacher O f2 which is a bigger piece of pizza one half which is a bigger piece of people so I just paused it there and now in this case I want to end the instance all we use control O marks out of that instance automatically marks in.
I think a student is about to answer that question so I'll change oops I'll change the speaker their tab let's start the play again with ctrl L one half you are right one half so we're going to become people what so I tried to pause that right after the student spoken said one half not sure if you're good to tell with that that she said that then I'll mark out and I think the teacher is going to confirm that answer so let's play on half you are right one half so we're going to be comparing correctional in half so she says one half you are right but whatever else from there.
So hopefully this gives you a sense of how to code and transcribe simultaneously f1 and f2 so for example watch on the timeline I'll use f2 advances the loopy markers forward f1 returned them in the same increment in case you need to review something and control I control O just adjust or create the mark in and out times wherever you are for the row that you happen to be on so now I have this information in transcription window but let's select all and I'll sink or it's really a push this information back to the timeline so you can see that it actually created the instances and if I hover my mouse over them you can see that just above the number line all the transcriptions is so hopefully that gives you a decent sense of how to code and transcribe simultaneously and then make sure to push it back to the timeline afterwards.
Thanks for watching.