Browsing Recorded Meetings With Ferret
published: Feb. 25, 2007, recorded: June 2004, views: 3019
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Finding elements of interest within a recorded meeting is time-consuming. We describe work in progress on the Ferret meeting browser, which aims to support this process by displaying many types of data. These include media, transcripts and processing results, such as speaker segmentations. Users interact with these visualizations to observe and control synchronized playback of the recorded meeting.
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