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Re: Accessible Video Editor

Sarah k Alawami
 

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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On 22 Jan 2021, at 11:37, Christian Ohrens wrote:

Hi,
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, isn't it?

Greetings
Christian


Am 22.01.2021 20:22 schrieb Luke Robinett <blindgroupsluke@...>:
*bump*
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 good options.
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 good option.

On Jan 22, 2021, at 7:24 AM, Christian Ohrens <mail@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

Just want to refresh a thread of 2019 which I found in the group’s archive.

 

Are there any suggestions for accessible video editors?

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 great.

 

Greets and thanks

Christian

 

 

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Re: Accessible Video Editor

Christian Ohrens
 

Hi,
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, isn't it?

Greetings
Christian


Am 22.01.2021 20:22 schrieb Luke Robinett <blindgroupsluke@...>:

*bump*
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 good options.
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 good option.

On Jan 22, 2021, at 7:24 AM, Christian Ohrens <mail@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

Just want to refresh a thread of 2019 which I found in the group’s archive.

 

Are there any suggestions for accessible video editors?

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 great.

 

Greets and thanks

Christian

 

 

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Re: Accessible Video Editor

Luke Robinett <blindgroupsluke@...>
 

*bump*
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 good options.
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 good option.

On Jan 22, 2021, at 7:24 AM, Christian Ohrens <mail@...> wrote:



Hello,

 

Just want to refresh a thread of 2019 which I found in the group’s archive.

 

Are there any suggestions for accessible video editors?

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 great.

 

Greets and thanks

Christian

 

 

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Re: NVDA reading all punctuation marks

 

On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 05:09 PM, Quentin Christensen wrote:
You can't attach a document to a message in an email group like this.
-
True.  My general suggestion is using Google Drive, Dropbox, or similar.  That, or asking someone for their e-mail address in a private reply to sender then, after you 've got it, emailing directly.
 
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Re: Firefox problems using NVDA

Howard Traxler
 

chase

On 1/22/2021 10:17 AM, brice Mijares wrote:
What bank?

On 1/22/2021 8:14 AM, Howard Traxler wrote:
Mainly using NVDA latest with latest Win 10.  I've been forced to update my Firefox to access my bank and credit card companies.  Now my updated firefox does not show pages (cannot read by line or hot keys).  Wondering if there's an NVDA setting that must be changed to make firefox work again?

Appreciate any thought on the subject.  Thank you.

Howard







loss of shortcut keys

Don H
 

Running NVDA 2020.4 beta 4 on a Win 10 20h2 system.
Having a lot of issues with all the shortuct keys for NVDA not working. Only way to get them working again is to reload NVDA.


Re: Firefox problems using NVDA

Gene
 

You can run the registry fix tool just in case it solves the problem but I am very skeptical that it will. It is in the tools submenu.

There is no such NVDA setting. To clarify, you discussed the problem on another list and you didn't report that unknown is spoken when you try to read a document. Your description of what you see indicates that no document window is shown. You say that using a very old version of Firefox, version 52.x, you can see the document.

I don't know what is causing the problem, but I don't think it is an NVDA problem. Do you have a sighted person who can tell you if he/she sees the document window and if it looks different than it should?

You can run the registry fix tool just in case it solves the problem but I don't think it will. It is in the tools submenu.

Also, you reported other problems with your system such as two or three error messages on boot up. You need to make the list aware of those messages and what happens when you try to reinstall a JAWS demo. One or more of the problems may be causing the problem you are having with Firefox. Firefox has undergone significant internal changes since 52.x and one or more of the errors may affect it.

Gene

-----Original Message-----
From: Howard Traxler
Sent: Friday, January 22, 2021 10:14 AM
To: NVDA
Subject: [nvda] Firefox problems using NVDA

Mainly using NVDA latest with latest Win 10. I've been forced to update
my Firefox to access my bank and credit card companies. Now my updated
firefox does not show pages (cannot read by line or hot keys).
Wondering if there's an NVDA setting that must be changed to make
firefox work again?

Appreciate any thought on the subject. Thank you.

Howard


Re: Firefox problems using NVDA

brice Mijares
 

What bank?

On 1/22/2021 8:14 AM, Howard Traxler wrote:
Mainly using NVDA latest with latest Win 10.  I've been forced to update my Firefox to access my bank and credit card companies.  Now my updated firefox does not show pages (cannot read by line or hot keys).  Wondering if there's an NVDA setting that must be changed to make firefox work again?

Appreciate any thought on the subject.  Thank you.

Howard




Firefox problems using NVDA

Howard Traxler
 

Mainly using NVDA latest with latest Win 10.  I've been forced to update my Firefox to access my bank and credit card companies.  Now my updated firefox does not show pages (cannot read by line or hot keys).  Wondering if there's an NVDA setting that must be changed to make firefox work again?

Appreciate any thought on the subject.  Thank you.

Howard


Accessible Video Editor

Christian Ohrens
 

Hello,

 

Just want to refresh a thread of 2019 which I found in the group’s archive.

 

Are there any suggestions for accessible video editors?

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 great.

 

Greets and thanks

Christian

 

 

---

 

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Freier Journalist, Videoblogger, DJ, Gästeführer

 

Am Stühm-Süd 23, 22175 Hamburg

+49 - (0) - 40 - 59 35 51 59 (Tel.)

+49 - (0) - 171 - 938 92 52 (Mob.)

E-Mail: mail@...

Web: https://christian-ohrens.de/

Twitter: https://twitter.com/CO1984--

 


Re: Excel 2016 Formulas

Pele West
 

Hello Pranav

Thanks for writing.

I have never used Dragon. Dictation Bridge was one of the addons
installed when I received my Windows 10 computer, and I just left it
there. I have uninstalled it now.

Pele


Re: NVDA reading all punctuation marks

Vaibhav Bhandari
 

Sorry about the file attachment. I had forgotten about that.
The suggestions did not have any effect. It is still reading those marks.

On 1/22/21, Luke Davis <luke@newanswertech.com> wrote:
The other suggestions are better than this, but here's something that hasn't

been mentioned:

Do you perhaps have a configuration profile set in Word?
If you do, it may have a punctuation setting that the rest of the system
doesn't.
Press NVDA+n, c. That will place you in a dialog with a list of profiles.
Use
the down arrow to move through what profiles you have.

Luke

On Thu, 21 Jan 2021, Vaibhav Bhandari wrote:

I've found about it is that NVDA is only reading those punctuations in
word. This thing is neither happening in notepad nor in web browzers.




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Re: NVDA reading all punctuation marks

Luke Davis
 

The other suggestions are better than this, but here's something that hasn't been mentioned:

Do you perhaps have a configuration profile set in Word?
If you do, it may have a punctuation setting that the rest of the system doesn't.
Press NVDA+n, c. That will place you in a dialog with a list of profiles. Use the down arrow to move through what profiles you have.

Luke

On Thu, 21 Jan 2021, Vaibhav Bhandari wrote:

I've found about it is that NVDA is only reading those punctuations in
word. This thing is neither happening in notepad nor in web browzers.


Re: Tutorials on Using MS-Excel with NVDA

Tony Ballou
 

Hi,

 

Go to

 

https://www.nvaccess.org/shop/

you’ll find the Microsoft Excel book there.

 

Tony

From: reddimalla reddimalla
Sent: Tuesday, January 19, 2021 10:42 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Tutorials on Using MS-Excel with NVDA

 

Hello all!

I'm Shyam from Hyderabad. Is there any website to learn MS-Excel? If yes please share the url. or else is there any tutorials?

 


Re: Excel 2016 Formulas

Pranav Lal
 

Its on dictationbridge.com.

No hiding, it is in the addons manager.

Pranav


Re: Excel 2016 Formulas

Pranav Lal
 

Hi Pele,

Thanks for reporting. I'll check what happens here. Ideally, dictationBridge
should not be interfering with excel.

Did you have dragon running at the time when you ran excel?

Pranav


Re: NVDA reading all punctuation marks

Quentin Christensen
 

You can't attach a document to a message in an email group like this.  Did Ben's suggestion of toggling formatting with control+shift+8 help?


On Fri, Jan 22, 2021 at 12:52 AM Vaibhav Bhandari <vaibhavbhandari2017@...> wrote:
Quentin,
I have attached a document with some lines written on it. One thing
I've found about it is that NVDA is only reading those punctuations in
word. This thing is neither happening in notepad nor in web browzers.

On 1/21/21, Quentin Christensen <quentin@...> wrote:
> Have you got a document with this issue you could send me to have a look at
> please?
>
> Quentin.
>
> On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 1:24 AM Vaibhav Bhandari <
> vaibhavbhandari2017@...> wrote:
>
>> Hi all,
>> Today when I was reading one of my files which is in Hindi language,
>> while reading the text, NVDA started reading all the punctuation
>> symbols except the full stop one and I was unable to resolve it. Even
>> reducing the symbol level did not do any good. I am current using its
>> beta 2020.4 version and I did not have this problem when I was using
>> NVDA 2020.3. Does anyone have any sollutions for me?
>>
>> --
>> Thanks/regards: Vaibhav Bhandari
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
>>
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Re: NVDA reading all punctuation marks

benmoxey@...
 

Hi Vaibhav

If Word is set to show all paragraph markers, toggle this setting with Control + Shift + 8. Ensure you use eight on the number row.

Cheers

Ben

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Friday, 22 January 2021 2:18 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA reading all punctuation marks

This is probably a settings change in Word. There is a short cut command to toggle the command on and off but I haven't found it so far. I have Word starter on my machine, not a full version of Word and it is an older version of the limited word. I can probably give you instructions that will match your version of Word based on this program but I'll see what others have to say. In my version, the item controlling this behavior is in the paragraph grouping of the home ribbon. Its a button for showing all marks or some wording like that.


Gene

On 1/21/2021 7:52 AM, Vaibhav Bhandari wrote:
Quentin,
I have attached a document with some lines written on it. One thing
I've found about it is that NVDA is only reading those punctuations in
word. This thing is neither happening in notepad nor in web browzers.

On 1/21/21, Quentin Christensen <quentin@nvaccess.org> wrote:
Have you got a document with this issue you could send me to have a
look at please?

Quentin.

On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 1:24 AM Vaibhav Bhandari <
vaibhavbhandari2017@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi all,
Today when I was reading one of my files which is in Hindi language,
while reading the text, NVDA started reading all the punctuation
symbols except the full stop one and I was unable to resolve it.
Even reducing the symbol level did not do any good. I am current
using its beta 2020.4 version and I did not have this problem when I
was using NVDA 2020.3. Does anyone have any sollutions for me?

--
Thanks/regards: Vaibhav Bhandari





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Make the Most of Braille with NVDA with the Braillists Foundation, Tuesdays 26 January and 9 February at 7:30 PM

Matthew Horspool
 

Hello everyone,

Would you like to make the most of your refreshable braille display with NVDA on Windows? Are you looking to learn more about how braille can be used to make effective presentations? If so, the Braillists Foundation can help!

This coming Tuesday (26 January), join us on Zoom at 7:30 PM in the UK for a session entitled "Using Braille on Windows". You will find out how to pair a windows PC with a braille display, which screen readers support braille output and some tips and tricks for using braille output. As part of this, we will also discuss the Braille Extender add-on for NVDA.

Then, on Tuesday 9 February, we have a session entitled "Using Braille as a Presentation Tool", which will cover using a braille display with Microsoft PowerPoint and Google Slides. We'll guide you through how braille output works with these applications and the ways in which braille output can enable you to deliver more effective presentations.

The sessions are completely free of charge, will last an hour (ending at 8:30 PM in the UK), and there will be plenty of time for questions. If you'd like to join us, please register at: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZwoceivqz8rGtbEERfYGlXFSR2eIqx-oc9o

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It will also be published via our Braillecast podcast – simply search for "Braillecast" in your podcast client of choice, or ask your smart speaker to "play Braillecast". We are also available on the Victor Reader range of DAISY players and the internet radios from British Wireless for the Blind.

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Re: Excel 2016 Formulas

 

On Thu, Jan 21, 2021 at 05:44 AM, Robert Doc Wright godfearer wrote:
where is this dictation bridge hiding?
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The statement was, "the Dictation Bridge Add-On."

Like all add-ons, the ones you've installed are handled by the NVDA Add-Ons Manager.  This does not appear to be an "officially vetted" add-on.  See:  

Dictation Bridge

If you've never sought this out, you don't have it.  I reported that I've got the same non-speaking of formulas behavior with 2020.beta4 and I know that I don't have the Dictation Bridge Add-On, though I have not as yet tried restarting with add-ons disabled to see if it's likely triggered by some add-on rather than NVDA itself.

 
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