Re: NVDA - Can it read the subtitles in movies?
Last time I checked, KMPlayer could output reading aloud of subtitles only via SAPI5 - no screen reader involved in this case. I don't know if braille output is possible in this case, but somehow - I doubt it.
On the other hand however, PotPlayer can output reading aloud of subtitles not only via SAPI5 or OneCore (with no screen reader involved), but with the screen reader involved (via UIA). The choice is left to the user. The options for configuring how the subtitle reading will occur Are located in PotPlayer's settings (opened with F5) -> Accessibility. The first group of options are for outputting via SAPI5/OneCore (TTS). The second group is for outputting via the screen reader. In the second choice, the subtitles are outputted as the title of the window. I don't know if this will help with reading the subtitles via braille, but you can try it and see. To stop the screen reader from reading the subtitles aloud via its voice, you can try disabling its speech (e.g. for NVDA - Insert+S or selecting "No Speech" as the current synthesizer). As I said - I'm not sure how well this will work, but try it if you want.
Hint: If you use the reading aloud via the screen reader option of PotPlayer and configure the screen reader to lower the volume of other audio while speaking, you can get a not bad dubbing result (winking smile).
P.S.: PotPlayer is also free as KMPlayer is, and I haven't
noticed any bloatware in its installer.
На 13.1.2020 г. в 21:53, Shaun Everiss написа: