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  1. I don't quite understand "NVivo treats coding to the video timeline and coding to the transcript as separate references." Let me see if I can explain. To me, once the transcript is imported into the video, then it is the same reference. I would expect that all the coding I did in the video initially would now appear coded, highlighted and code-striped in the video+transcript. Is that what happens, or do I have to all the initial video-only encodings over again in the video+transcript reference so I can get the video-only codes to be attached to the words at that time in the transcripts? Thanks for clarifying.
  2. Hello, How do you ensure the privacy of the media and the transcriptions used in your transcription service? We need to know that no unauthorized person has access to the media/transcription. Thanks for explaining.
  3. Hello, I have the problem that I get different pieces of data for the same session at different times and I am under pressure to start coding ASAP. For example, I run a session and have the video immediately, which I'd like to start coding with a set of rough codes. Then a week later I get a transcript that I want to synch with the video and code at a much more detailed level, without losing the rough codes I have already done. Then a week later, I get a log file of what the system was doing (e.g., error messages) that I want to automatically interleave into the transcript (not edit in NVivo) without losing the codes I have already done. I need to be able to tell integrated stories about what happened -- where the words the person said is in context with the system logs, e.g., what they were trying to do before they got the error message and as they are puzzling about what this error message means. It all has to read from the same document, not switch back and forth between documents. (Hence my thought that I could just add to the transcript somehow) Any thoughts as to how I can get what I need with the current capabilities of NVivo? Thanks, Bonnie
  4. Does your transcription service automatically produce a transcript that can be imported and synched with a video in NVivo?
  5. Hi, I am new to NVivo and I am coding about 5 long interviews and I have about 100 nodes so far. (I searched the forums for "model layout", but couldn't find anything on this topic) I spent a couple of hours arranging the nodes in a model so I could see everything I needed to see, and communicate it to my colleagues. I noticed that I had forgotten one node, so I used Add Project Items to add that node. IT REARRANGED ALL THE NODES!!!! (thank goodness for Undo!!!). How do I get the layout to stay put when I add new project items to my model? Thank you, Bonnie
  6. Hello, I am a newbie using NVivo 10 for Windows for only 3 days. I encoded a lot of an audio file while waiting for a transcript to be made. I then imported the transcript, which worked just fine. I can see the "shadow coding stripes" next to the transcript, and when I click on a coding stripe in the audio timeline, it highlights the correct part of the transcript. However, when I double-click a coding stripe, it opens the "references", but they are only the time in the audio file -- it isn't showing me the words in the transcript at all. I assumed that if importing worked so well that all those coding stripes and shadow coding stripes were in synch, then the references would include the text in the transcript. I must be doing something wrong. Please help. Thanks, Bonnie
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