Difference between revisions of "TotalRecall"
Revision as of 18:36, 2 April 2010
An easy-to-use tool for quickly annotating audio files.
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TotalRecall is designed for precise scoring and timing of participant responses during verbal tasks, especially Free Recall. However, it can be used for many kinds of audio annotation. TotalRecall displays an audio recording as a self-scrolling waveform that automatically keeps up with audio playback.
TotalRecall is used on a daily basis by many in the Computational Memory Lab. Support and maintenance will continue indefinitely with new features being added as needed.
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Download the file for your platform and unzip it. After launching the program try opening the sample audio file and wordpool file in the examples directory. Check the menu items for actions and keybindings available to the user. Also check Help --> Key Bindings.
A full guide to annotation is also provided.
TotalRecall currently runs on Mac OSX and Linux, with a Windows version to be released shortly. We plan to test and support these configurations, but the program should run on others.
TotalRecall requires a Java Runtime Environment, version 5 or higher. Most computers come with Java pre-installed, so you can probably download and run the program without worrying about system requirements. If it turns out you don't have Java, you can download it free here.
Support, Contact, and Bug Reports
Please submit bug reports on our Sourceforge bug tracking system (no login required).
Please submit feature requests on our Sourceforge request tracking system (no login required).
For other support or feedback please send emails to: memory - software @ psych . upenn . edu (remove all the spaces).
Please visit our development page.