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OK man. I do have One Drive. This will be the first time using
On 5/22/2016 7:30 PM, Robert Mendoza
Thanks for asking. Yes, doing fine here and happy that were
about to end up the summer soon and rainy season will most
likely to come. About the Virtual recorder, This has been
shared by one of the member here in the list, but I already
forgot it where to find it from my archive. But, if you like I
could upload it to my One drive and share it to you I will let
you know once the upload process is done and I will give you an
off list message. Just give me some time to get it done from
On 5/23/2016 6:14 AM, Lino Morales
Do you happened to know the URL for Virtual Recorder Robert?
Sounds like a simple app to use. Thanks. Hope life in the
Philippines is well.
On 5/22/2016 5:47 PM, Robert
The virtual recorder is very straight forward tool to use,
you can simply record and stop the recording , and
automatically saved it into mp3 format and the saved file
often located to path of file folder in the documents. And
for the audacity, the conversion process would take place by
exporting it to mp3 however, in order to save it to mp3 you
need to install the Lame_v3.99.3_for_Windows.exe. The good
feature of audacity is that you can edit and incorporate
tracks or the the so called multi-tracking by incorporating
other external devices but that is quite advance.
On 5/23/2016 4:42 AM, Lino
Hey Robert. How does Virtual Recorder do with NVDA?
Audasity I've used, but I don't like you have to save all
your stuff as projects. Thanks.
On 5/22/2016 6:30 AM, Robert
Here is my view of points concerning to your message.
First about the browser, most of the time I used to work
well with Firefox, and which I think is the best and
most accessible but again, it may defer your preferences
of working you do. Second, about the recording apps that
there are the two that is commendable is the audacity
and Virtual Recorder these has its features to saved
and you can create mp3 files format. Those mentioned
apps is freeware and at the same time it is doable with
nvda. And, lastly, for the email client I often used
Thunderbird but Win 10 has this built-in Mail apps where
you can save and have it setup your mail whether IMAP or
POP account. In the other note, you can play around and
explore these mentioned software which gives you an edge
to familiarize the shortcut keys and how does it works
until you decide which you may think that best fit for
your needs. Again, if you have any further question
please don't hesitate to message here and surely someone
here from the list will helps you.
On 5/22/2016 3:11 PM, Jolene
Hello once more,
Thank you for your responses, for I enjoyed reading them a lot!
Further specs: My Web browser is the latest version of Firefox (even
though a sighted friend told me that Google Chrome was better), my
default media player is Windows Media Player 12 (not The Groove Music
from Windows 10), and Gmail is the only e-mail source I use. Since
Windows 10 doesn't come with the Sound Recorder program like how
previous versions of Windows does, I'm missing it a lot because I use
it for Podcasting and other projects. Can any Windows 10 user
recommend any sound-recording program that would work well with it +
NVDA? I'd appreciate your feedback so much.
Just FYI: I have no usable vision in both eyes to read large print so
I'm totally dependent on NVDA to do all my reading out loud for me.
Take care, and have a good day.