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== Description ==
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From the project website:
"Clipper is a free open-source web application enabling researchers to create and share virtual-clips without altering the original media files. Clipper enables you to mark the start and end of interesting events while playing audio or video data files through a standard web browser. You can add rich text annotations to each clip, and combine clips into playlists (cliplists)"
== User Experiences ==
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*[http://wiki.dpconline.org/index.php?title=Clipper:_Enhancing_Time_Based_Media_for_Research Jisc Research Data Spring preservation analysis on Clipper by DPC]
== Development Activity ==
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