I'm the author of EDFbrowser and at the moment I'm working on video support for the windows version.
If you are interested and would like to help with testing, you can download a beta version here:
https://www.teuniz.net/edfbrowser/beta/ ... beta_3.zip
The only requirement is that you need to have the VLC mediaplayer installed.
You can download it here: http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
Open an EDF or BDF file and select/setup your montage as usual.
Then press Ctrl-Shift-v (or go to File -> Start video) to select a video.
If the starttime and startdate is written in the filename of the video, EDFbrowser will use that.
Otherwise it will assume that the starttime and startdate is equal to the EDF file.
The way of writing the starttime and startdate into the video file name is described here:
Note: EDFbrowser will ignore the part of the filename directly before the startdate and directly after the starttime.
It's not necessary for the video to have a patient ID in the filename.
Ctrl-space can be used to toggle pause. Using the time slider or clicking on an annotation will skip the video
to that position.
Let me know if you experience any problems or errors.
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