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Video Paper is a prototype system for multimedia browsing, analysis, and replay. Key frames extracted from a video recording are printed on paper together with bar codes that allow for random access and replay. A transcript for the audio track can also be shown so that users can read what was said, thus making the document a stand-alone representation for the contents of the multimedia recording. The Video Paper system has been used for several applications, including the analysis of recordeddoi:10.1145/957013.957031 dblp:conf/mm/GrahamEHL03 fatcat:i4wo6dkx2jdanadbgoretw4niu