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I have been coding videos in 15 second intervals, and have created a script that will generate columns with cells that are 15 seconds apart. The function that allows you to jump to a specific onset or offset time in the video when you click on that cell is very useful. I was wondering if would also be possible to have the video automatically pause when an interval ends? While coding, we're able to replay an interval as many times by going to that particular cell and pressing the + key, but it's difficult for us to pay attention to what is going on while also having to watch when the interval ends. It would be great if the video could automatically pause when each interval ends. Is there a way to do that?

asked 21 Jul '14, 01:14

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You can snap to a particular cell using (ctrl+). The video will automatically stop playing at the cell offset. To unsnap from a particular cell, press (ctrl-).

Related information in the user guide: http://datavyu.org/user-guide/guide/controller.html

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answered 21 Jul '14, 02:17

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