The tool/software should produce a video file out of two resources/components: 1. an existing video-file (e.g. flash-video). 2. an txt or csv file which contains one value per second (between 0 and 100 or 0 an 10) separated by comma, tab or the like. • The time series in the text file represent ratings for every second of the video. Thus each datapoint represents a rating for every corresponding second of the video. Hence the video length in seconds corresponds to the number of datapoints of the timeseries. • The times-series data should now be superimposed on the video by means of a line-chart. The source video is in the background whereas the timeseries linechart is in the foreground (as overlay, see red line in the example attached). The whole timeseries-linechart should be visible from the first second up to the end of the file. • On the regular timeline of the player the user should be able to move via the slider through the video while the position of the time-series is displayed on the linechart by means of a line or the like (see vertical yellow line in the picture attached) corresponding to the actual video frame. • As in a common player there should be buttons for play, pause, rewind, forward. • As an addition (maybe second project) the user should be able to click on the linechart and the video (and the horizontal marker) jumps to this position. • You (the programmer) should advise us on two possibilities: a. an online version, in which video and timeseries can be displayed in overlay as described. [url removed, login to view] export of a new video containing source video, whole line-chart and moving markers which could be watched offline with a regular (flash?-) player.. If you have any questions to make clear what we like, please ask.