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Hello and Good Evening. I am currently using OpenSesame as a tool for my assignments. I am currently trying to conduct an experiment on Music, Colours and Emotion. Currently, on youtube channels, there is no tutorial or guideline on how to do the experiment using the Questionnaire template. Here are the problems that I am currently facing for this experiment.

Both of the .ogg and .wax song is not in the original quality. Both of it sounds like chipmunks singing

Secondly, i want to put music video here. But i do not know how to do it.

Lastly, i want to put the colour on the selections, not the text but only colour. If can i want to put as many options colour as possible.

I hope that there would be a tutorial video on using Questionnaire template. Thank you.

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  • > Both of the .ogg and .wax song is not in the original quality. Both of it sounds like chipmunks singing

    Haha, that's probably because the sampling frequency of the files does not match the sampling frequency of the mixer in OpenSesame. You could fix this by changing the frequency of the mixer in the back-end settings (in the General Properties tab). Or, and that's probably the best solution, you could change the frequency of the sound files with a tool such as Audacity.

    > Secondly, i want to put music video here. But i do not know how to do it.

    You can embed videos using the media_player_mpy item. (You cannot embed videos in a form though.)

    > Lastly, i want to put the colour on the selections, not the text but only colour. If can i want to put as many options colour as possible.

    I'm not sure what exactly you have in mind, but you can change the color of the text using css styling. For example like so:

    <span style="color:red;">Some text</span>
    

    You cannot change the color of the selection boxes though, so you'd have to put some text next to them, and give that a color. But this text could be a ■ or some other geometric unicode shape, if you want to avoid letters.

    Cheers!

    Sebastiaan

    There's much bigger issues in the world, I know. But I first have to take care of the world I know.
    cogsci.nl/smathot

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