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bio website weew-waaw.com
location Bangkok, Thailand
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seen Aug 4 at 14:30

Weew-Waaw, Thai to English, Thai to Russian transcription
I'm working on a project of rule-based Thai transcription: (the link is temporarily unavailable)
Technically, it is written in F# with a C# front-end.
I would be happy to get acquainted with those who are experienced with NLP (Natural Language Processing), just ping me in the SE chat. :-)


Jun
17
awarded  Revival
May
22
accepted Resynchronize Audio to Video
May
22
comment Resynchronize Audio to Video
Nice trick, thanks a lot!
May
14
comment Resynchronize Audio to Video
@KvdLingen Thanks, but it will not work. Markers are tied to project's timeline, not to individual Events.
May
13
comment Resynchronize Audio to Video
@altarvic Thanks for a suggestion. Please consider turning your comment into an answer so that others can upvote it; just make sure you notice that Vegasaur is a separate commercial product.
May
13
asked Resynchronize Audio to Video
May
10
answered Is it possible to shift a video track a fraction of a second in Sony Vegas Pro 10?
May
9
answered What is the productive way of doing multiple speed changes in a video editing project?
Apr
28
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Feb
28
awarded  Teacher
Oct
28
answered Flagging noteworthy moments during lengthy video recording?
Aug
11
answered Apply effects to multiple video channels in Sony Vegas
Jan
23
awarded  Informed
Jan
17
awarded  Scholar
Jan
17
accepted Entire Track Velocity in Sony Vegas
Dec
22
awarded  Student
Dec
22
comment Entire Track Velocity in Sony Vegas
That's a very clever trick, thanks. Can I find it somewhere in the docs? I worry about the quality of video/audio rendering, e.g. would it lose any quality if the first project has source video samples assigned -5% velocity and then the wrapper project has +5% velocity.
Dec
21
asked Entire Track Velocity in Sony Vegas
Sep
24
awarded  Fanatic
Aug
11
comment How to automatically synchronize two recordings of the same event?
There's no silver bullet, I think. If you have video, you may set anchor points at sharp movements, and align tracks by those points. However, if the recording suffers jitter, and jitter is non-deterministic (random), it makes synchronization more difficult.