and it depends on what type of video you want to edit. My TV PVR
uses the .ts video format, and some older video editors don't play nice
with it, like avidemux for example. and some free video editors like
virtual dub are incompatible with the format altogether, well, the last
time I checked, it was.
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You might get more milage from a program like video redo, I've checked it
out, and it seems to work quite well with NVDA, but I haven't fully
tested it though.
At 11:09 AM 2/7/2019, you wrote:
It depends on exactly what kind
of editing you want to do.Â If you just want to do simply cutting
out of sections you messed up, Machete works well:Â
There is a free "lite" version, or a paid version (with demo)
which has a few extra features such as customising keystrokes).
All the functions (or at least all those I've used) have
keystrokes.Â I just went looking and although they don't have a
handy list of default keystrokes, you can access most features from the
menu, and the keystroke for each command is listed with it.
Avidemux is another one I have found with lots of keystrokes.Â This
one is free:Â
http://fixounet.free.fr/avidemux/Â Again they don't have a list
of keystrokes but again you can access features from the menu which lists
On Thu, Feb 7, 2019 at 1:51 AM AKH AKH
- Is it even possible to edit a video with NVDA?Â Has anyone
- applications?Â AVS Video Editor does not work.
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