Re: Which video software for nvda

Ian Blackburn

The program that blocked it was Malwarebytes
It doesn’t even give an option to go through to the website for that website
Sometimes Malwarebytes let you go through

On 23 Aug 2020, at 4:33 pm, Shaun Everiss <> wrote:

Hmmm its not a virus.

It uses versions of ffmpeg and youtube dl both of which are opensource components.

The program runs on oracle java as its engine.

Its got an innosetup installer and thats about it.

Then again I am not surprised.

Microsoft flags just about anything everything from ccleaner to cdex could be a problem for some obscure reason.

Heck even nvda became malware at one time.

Lets face it, security companies don't like the blind especially antivirus makers.

On 23/08/2020 7:45 pm, Gene wrote:
Since I haven't seen any reports of such unwanted programs or malware and it is a popular program, a false positive is the logical and by far the more probable explanation.

-----Original Message----- From: Hope Williamson
Sent: Sunday, August 23, 2020 12:28 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda]Which video software for nvda

Pontes is a program specifically made for blind people, not saying that
that exempts it from crapware, but it probably has a higher chance of
not having any than any mainstream converter.

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