Please acknowledge and cite the use of this software and its authors when results are used in publications or published elsewhere:
Friard, O. and Gamba, M. (2016), BORIS: a free, versatile open-source event-logging software for video/audio coding and live observations. Methods Ecol Evol, 7: 1325–1330.
The version 7 of BORIS is available.
This version introduces various new features:
Please note that the projects created with v. 7 will NOT be compatible with versions older than v. 7
Please test and report any bugs and regression!
See the revision history for details: https://github.com/olivierfriard/BORIS/wiki/BORIS-revision-history
The user guide is available at https://boris.readthedocs.io
This version include VLC and FFmpeg, is available in 32-bit or 64-bit versions.
Portable means that no installation is required. Various BORIS versions may live together on your computer.
The Portable version do not need installation and can be also used from an USB drive. Just extract the archive and launch the boris.exe executable.
The default install path is located in your home directory (for example c:\users\joe\BORIS)
If you are using an old version of Windows (<10) and have problem launching BORIS, you have to install the Update for Universal C Runtime in Windows See https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2999226
BORIS for Windows 64-bit DEBUG v.7.9.8 (portable version - no installation required).
Extract the archive and launch the start_boris.bat file.
Use this version if you want to report bug. In this case you should include screenshots or a copy of the command prompt output.