Re: Is there an accessible video editor I can use with NVDA?

Andy B.



Try Windows 10 Photos app. I use it for video editing all the time.



Andy Borka

Accessibility Engineer


From: <> On Behalf Of Sarah k Alawami
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2019 12:13 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Is there an accessible video editor I can use with NVDA?


I actually was going to suggest reaper, as it only takes about an hour to render about 2 hours of content on a good day or rm. but I'm on a mac.

Whe I use reaper it takes 30 minutes to render 2 hours of content on my windows machine, so I'd say it is yrou processer that is barfing.

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On 22 Sep 2019, at 13:58, Joshua Tubbs wrote:

Hi all,

I have tried open source video editor Shotcut. Opening videos is
accessible and we can move through them, but I'm not sure how to join
videos and/or move segments.

Replay Media Splitter, a program that I thought would be accessible
due to their other products, is not accessible.

So, does anybody know of an accessible way to both remove segments
from video via selection, and also join videos together? Reaper video
rendering is very, very slow and is a deal breaker for me.


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