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Re: Accessible Video Editor

Christian Ohrens
 

Hi  Luke,

Sounds great, maybe we find the time next week that you could introduce me a little bit into video editing with Reaper?

Do I need something else to proceed? I’ve got Reaper and the Osara plugin a friend recommented to me.

 

Greets and thanks

Christian

 

 

Von: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> Im Auftrag von Luke Robinett
Gesendet: Freitag, 22. Januar 2021 22:42
An: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [nvda] Accessible Video Editor

 

Hi Christian,

You can try reaper for free and it costs $60 if you want to keep it. Considering most digital audio workstation programs cost several hundred dollars, it’s a great deal. As another person here said, there’s nothing slow about the video editing, unless I’m misunderstanding what you mean by that. You can work with video in much the same way you work with audio, with a few caveats, as has been noted. If you end up trying Reaper and need some help, I would be happy to work with you because I have a couple years of experience with it.



On Jan 22, 2021, at 11:37 AM, Christian Ohrens <mail@...> 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
 

Hey Sarah,

 

you wrote:

Ø  Just don't glue the items together, or the video will be black

 

OK thx, but how do I combine for example two videos as one without having a black screen at the end?

 

Greetings

Christian

 

 

Von: nvda@nvda.groups.io <nvda@nvda.groups.io> Im Auftrag von Sarah k Alawami
Gesendet: Freitag, 22. Januar 2021 21:04
An: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Betreff: Re: [nvda] Accessible Video Editor

 

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

Luke Robinett <blindgroupsluke@...>
 

Hi Christian,
You can try reaper for free and it costs $60 if you want to keep it. Considering most digital audio workstation programs cost several hundred dollars, it’s a great deal. As another person here said, there’s nothing slow about the video editing, unless I’m misunderstanding what you mean by that. You can work with video in much the same way you work with audio, with a few caveats, as has been noted. If you end up trying Reaper and need some help, I would be happy to work with you because I have a couple years of experience with it.

On Jan 22, 2021, at 11:37 AM, Christian Ohrens <mail@...> 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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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: Navigating A Web Page

Hicks Steven (CORNWALL IT SERVICES) <steven.hicks@...>
 

Sure:

https://www.globalplayer.com/live/smoothcountry/uk/

Hopefully you will be able to access this outside the u.k.

If you load the page and when loaded, just keep pressing the tab key, you will find a play button there.

-----Original Message-----
From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Luke Davis
Sent: 22 January 2021 21:01
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Navigating A Web Page

Would you care to provide an example page where this happens, and steps to find the exact play button you're using?



On Fri, 22 Jan 2021, Hicks Steven (CORNWALL IT SERVICES) via groups.io wrote:

I am going to a radio station web page where there is a play button.
I Can tak to the button but if I press the space bar or return, it doesn’t seem to activate the play button.
If I load Narator or JAWS in demo mode and tab to the same play button and press the space bar or return, it activates the button fine.
Does anyone know what could be happening here please?







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Simplifying Web Pages for Screen Reading

Milton Charlton
 

Simplifying Web Pages for Screen Reading

I have just begun to try NVDA so all this might be off base or it might be useful.

Many web pages include advertisements and lots of information besides that we want to hear.  Here are some ways to simplify web pages:

1.   1.   Go to  Outline.com to simplify the page.  Copy, type or dictate the URL of the page you wish to read into the box in the Outline.com page.  You may also install Outliner as an extension in Microsoft EDGE.  The extension makes a white square icon to the right of the URL space of a page. When the cursor is over this icon, NVDA announces “Outliner want access to this site”.  If you click on the icon, the page becomes simplified. Pages simplified either way may be much easier to read with NVDA.  The Chrome browser Web Store has an extension called Reader View Plus that seems to do the same thing.  If you “pin” Reader View Plus it puts an icon to the right of the URL space.

2.  2.    In Microsoft EDGE(Chromium), many web pages show an icon immediately after the URL which is called “Immersive Reader”.  When the cursor is placed on that icon NVDA announces “Enter immersive Reader F9”.  When you hit F9 or click on the Immersive Reader icon, then select the Edge command  “Read Aloud” (CTRL + SHIFT + U), the web page gets simplified and read out. It is very fast. I don’t know why some pages get Immersive Reader and others don’t. When Read Aloud is active, a new bar appears under the URL and at the right end is a menu that allows choice of speed and voice.

3.   3.   In Microsoft EDGE(Chromium), the Read Aloud function (Ctrl + Shift + U ) reads out web pages with or without being simplified.

4.     4. These simplification tricks do not seem useful for pages that are compilations of other pages such as  CNN.COM/NEWS, CBC.CA/NEWS, BBC.COM/NEWS.

 


Re: Navigating A Web Page

Luke Davis
 

Would you care to provide an example page where this happens, and steps to find the exact play button you're using?

On Fri, 22 Jan 2021, Hicks Steven (CORNWALL IT SERVICES) via groups.io wrote:

I am going to a radio station web page where there is a play button.
I Can tak to the button but if I press the space bar or return, it doesn’t seem to activate the play button.
If I load Narator or JAWS in demo mode and tab to the same play button and press the space bar or return, it activates the button fine.
Does anyone know what could be happening here please?


Navigating A Web Page

Hicks Steven (CORNWALL IT SERVICES) <steven.hicks@...>
 

Hi friends,

 

I am going to a radio station web page where there is a play button.

I Can tak to the button but if I press the space bar or return, it doesn’t seem to activate the play button.

If I load Narator or JAWS in demo mode and tab to the same play button and press the space bar or return, it activates the button fine.

Does anyone know what could be happening here please?

 



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Re: Firefox problems using NVDA

Arno Schuh
 

Hi,

Firefox is available in different portable versions. So you could try and use different Firefox versions in different scenarios.

Arno


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.

--

Sarah Alawami, owner of TFFP. . For more info go to our website.

Check out my adventures with a shadow machine.

to subscribe to the feed click here and you can also follow us on twitter

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.

Finally, to become a patron and help support the podcast go here

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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Am Stühm-Süd 23, 22175 Hamburg

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

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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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Am Stühm-Süd 23, 22175 Hamburg

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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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Am Stühm-Süd 23, 22175 Hamburg

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

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E-Mail: mail@...

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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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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/

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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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