- Procedures for measuring beak gapes and vocalization variables
- Download: BeakGape
20 KB 2/26/05
- Cursors can be dragged or set by pressing the "r" and "b" keys (for the red and blue cursors).
- Tab delimited data can be logged by choosing the "data log" icon or by pressing the "g" key.
- Frequency at peak spectrum amplitude can be logged or a different peak can be selected.
- In the Windows OS you must save a *.wav file with sound from each movie you want to analyze. Both files must have the same names (except for the extension)!
Select the *.wav file and the movie file (*.mov, *.avi etc.) will open automatically as long as the names are the same. Movie file with sound can be opened directly in Mac OS X.
- Procedures require BSound2 (latest version), Quicktime, and Igor Pro v5.02 .
- Place the unzipped "BeakGape.ipf" file in the "User Procedures" folder.
- Located in the "Igor Pro" folder.
- The folder containing BSound2 procedures should also be placed here.
- Open the Procedure window (command-M) and type #include "BeakGape".
- Type under the line "#pragma rtGlobals=1"
- Close the Procedure window to compile the procedures.
- If using the Windows OS, open the 'Settings' panel and enter the extension of the movie file (e.g, .mov, .avi, etc.)
- Open a movie for analysis using the BeakGape menu.
- Short jay movie.
- Short jay WAV file (for Windows).
Added a 'Spectrogram' window showing the time-frequency spectrogram for the entire sound. 12/15/04
Added estimates for 2f0 and 3f0 (kHz and dB) to the end of the data log. 12/15/04
Added option for jumping to the end or beginning of the movie when the beginning or end is reached. 12/14/04
Added a function for sharpening the displayed image. 12/14/04
Most buttons are now activated on a mouse down (vs. mouse up). 12/14/04