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for those visually disabled like me would like to do some kind of
video editing, like trimming and joining video,
please consider learning about moviepy, a python video and video
Doing stuff like this through code,we donot have to deal with all
those inaccessible or problematic gui issues.
Provided I have very very basic understanding of python, I just
learn about moviepy last night, and I can already trim and join
video using just few lines of codes.
Luke Robinett 於 26/1/2021 6:16 寫道:
Any idea why gluing video clips in reaper results
in the image blacking out and if there’s a way to avoid this
while still being able to glue? Personally I like having things
in one big chunk when possible rather than multiple separate
pieces. If that isn’t possible, can you explain in a little more
detail the technique you described of positioning clips such
that there are no visual gaps in playback? For example, if I
navigate to the end of one clip and then paste another one, can
I be assured sighted folks won’t see any artifacts from this?
glue is reaper's merge. It is a
nondistructive glue. but just put the items on one
track, move them as necessary, I blend mine together so
that there is no audible gap then render as mp4. It's
almost as if I'm splicing tape, Yes, i did say tape!
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On 22 Jan 2021, at 22:03, Debbie April
What do you mean by gluing the videos
together? Can’t you merge them?
No, I edit videos in reaper all the
time. I can do it as quickly as I can a
sound file. Just don't glue the items
together, or the video will be black.
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more info go to our website.
Check out my adventures with a
to subscribe to the feed click here and you
can also follow us on
Our discord is
where you will know when we go live on twitch. Feel
free to give the channel a follow and see
what is up there.
For stream archives, products you can
buy and more visit my main lbry page
and my tffp lbry page
You will also be able to buy some of my
products and eBooks there.
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On 22 Jan 2021, at 11:37, Christian
I haven't used Reaper before so don't know
much about this program, even it's for
free or payed.
But what I read about was that Reaper's
video editing function is rather slow,
Am 22.01.2021 20:22 schrieb Luke
I asked a similar question
here a couple months ago and
think it warrants further
conversation. It seems an
increasing number of us blind
folks are interested in starting
YouTube channels and doing other
things with video video, so
hopefully we learn about some
I am also a home recording
enthusiast and use a program
called reaper to record and mix
audio tracks. Reaper is fully
accessible once you install a
couple of free community created
plug-ins. Reaper does provide
the most basic of basic video
editing. Pretty much just
trimming, splitting, sliding
things around on the timeline.
No effects or transitions or
anything else like that. If
that’s all you need though, it’s
100% accessible and might be a
On Jan 22, 2021, at 7:24
AM, Christian Ohrens
Just want to refresh a
thread of 2019 which I found
in the group’s archive.
Are there any
suggestions for accessible
Has anybody tried for
example „vegas“ which is now
developed by Magix Software?
„Sound Forge“ is very
accessible, maybe „Vegas“
would it be too?
Or the more
professional programs like
„Davinci“ or „Premiere“?
„Sound Forge“ is also
able to edit video but I’m
not quite sure if I would
‚destroy‘ the video itself
when I’m gonna cut things
off. If you want to edit the
sound of the video it’s
Greets and thanks
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