Re: Capturing computer audio

Chris Mullins


If I do not want NVDA to spoil a recording I switch it to silent mode.  I record a lot from Youtube and the fact that there are shortcut keys to control Virtual Recorder, means I can put focus on the start button of YouTube, use NVDA+s to put NVDA in silent mode, press Windows+Control+g to start the recorder, then press enter to start Youtube playing.  When I’ve recorded what I want, I press Windows+Control+h to stop recording, NVDA+s twice to restore NVDA speech, then do whatever I need to do with Youtube.  Virtual Recorder also has a settting to silence system sounds, so yu don’t get the chime of arriving emails halfway through your recording.  Works a treat.





From: [] On Behalf Of Arlene
Sent: 15 October 2019 21:48
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capturing computer audio


If you use Audacity or other programs to capture Audio. Wil any screen reader be heard in the back ground?


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From: Luke Davis
Sent: October 15, 2019 4:49 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Capturing computer audio


Audacity is good at this. They have a tutorial page that instructs on how to do





On Mon, 14 Oct 2019, Sile via Groups.Io wrote:


> What is the easiest way to capture the audio from NVDA - I have to send

> feedback on a webpage to Google and they asked me to navigate and send them

> the audio output.




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