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Re: Windows 10 & NVDA with either Google Drive or other online storage service

Kevin Chao
 

Drive desktop and web clients are really accessible. Please see following help article and intro video: https://support.google.com/drive/answer/6034939?hl=en

On Sat, May 28, 2016 at 10:40 PM Robert Mendoza <lowvisiontek@...> wrote:

Hi Jolene

Google drive for storing of files like document, templates, and forms is very accessible with the nvda. For further details and info you may visit this link.
https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2424384?p=homescreen_redirect&hl=en&rd=2

You may also take time to utilize and use the built-in Microsoft One Drive as well for the Windows 10 for storing files as well. 

Robert mendoza

On 5/29/2016 11:38 AM, Jolene Cardenas wrote:
Hello everyone,

Since I've never worked with online storage before in any form,
believe it or not, this is extremely new to me as a longtime Gmail and
Google search engine user!

Yet I now need to take advantage of this service because of some new
ministering opportunity I'm about to engage in at my church.

Can someone who uses both Windows 10 and NVDA please tell me how
user-friendly is Google Drive with these programs?

And if Google Drive isn't user-friendly with them, can you please
recommend another online storage service I could use?

Thanks so much for your folks' recommendation and/or feedback, for I'd
appreciate it more than you'll ever know!]

aloha,

Jolene.





Re: Virtual Recorder

Brian's Mail list account BY <bglists@...>
 

The point usually is that if you have any input selected and its monitor is on you will record it, however the big thing about virtual recorder is that it can record from the output so to speak as well as the input, thus any codec capable of sending sound to the output is recorded. Its called virtual because there is often not this option in the sound card software at all, however as the audio is indeed there, then it can be recorded. as was mentioned earlier its an all or nothing recorder in that all inputs and the streamed content are recorded when what you hear is selected. If other inputs are enabled with monitor then they too get recorded, so you need to be a bit careful.
Not tried it but one assumes if the line in is enabled and you have a hardware mixer in use and enable that input to monitor, Virtual record will also record that along with the system sounds and the screenreader, so you can do m demos.
I've recently found that it will work with that cheap but good quality little usb box sold under many names that has phono sockets aand auto volume setting so very good quality recordings can be made easily without overloading.
Brian

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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gene" <gsasner@...>
To: <nvda@nvda.groups.io>
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 8:40 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder


Your sound card has different settings such as line-in and microphone. If you set the sound card to a source, that is what you would be recording with it. If you set it to microphone, you would only record the microphone. Your sound card may not have a line-in setting. Many laptops don't have line in jacks and you need to use another sound card, such as a USB external sound card to get a line-in jack.

Virtual device doesn't use your sound card. Windows 7 and higher has something that can do what I described using the virtual device setting. I don't have the technical knowledge to discuss it further to any extent. The point is that it will record anything you hear through your sound card but your sound card is not what is being recorded from. I should add that I don't know if you can record things your sound card isn't set to play. But the point is that when you use virtual device as the setting, you can directly record your screen-reader. The microphone doesn't have to be used. You can record an Internet stream. You can record music and you speking using a microphone at the same time. I haven't played with it enough to go into detail about how you might turn off the internal microphone so that you would only record your screen-reader and, for example, and Internet stream. Others who have used this feature or the same feature in another program may be able to provide much more information.

I'm not sure where using the both setting would be an advantage.
I haven't used virtual device and other options in the program enough to discuss how to get desired results as to what sources are recorded. Perhaps all sources are recorded when using virtual device and you can't change them. In that case, if you want to record an internet stream, and not record the internal microphone, you might have to stop the microphone from functioning by plugging a plug into the microphone jack with nothing connected to it. But I'm speculating and just providing an example of how you might get around the problem. It is not necessarily the only or best way.

Also, XP users should know that the virtual device method can't be used in that version of Windows. The program can be used to record from the sound card but XP doesn't support the virtual device method of recording.

Gene
From: David Moore
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 1:51 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder


Hi Gene,
Please explain this further. I had no idea about all of this. Could you please explain all three options and when you use which one. I keep it on both, because it records JAWS and my voice through a built in mike so I can do tutorials. When do you use the first and third choice. Also, what is the difference between a virtual device and your sound card. Could you give some examples of virtual devices, and why is the program called, virtual recorder? What you said makes this program more important than I thought. Thanks a lot. I like to learn, so I will enjoy what you have to say.


From: Gene
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 2:13 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

You keep saying the choice is between your sound card and your voice. When you record your voice, you are recording using the microphone input of your sound card. The real advantages of this program are that it allows you to record from both a virtual device and a sound card simultaneously so you can mix things in more ways. You can also record from just a virtual device. the virtual device ability allows you to record things such as Internet Streams even if your sound card doesn't support the What You Hear or Stereo Mix option. This option has other names as well. If your sound card supports it, you can record anything your sound card plays. It has become increasingly difficult to find sound cards that support StereoMix in later versions of Windows. Virtual Device gives you another way to do the same thing and may save you a good deal of fooling around and may save you the need to purchahse another sound card.

In other words, when you record from your soundcard, you can record whatever sources your sound card supports. If you set your sound card to line in, you can record line-in. If you set your sound card recording source to Microphone, you can record using your Microphone etc.

When using the virtual device setting, you can record as though your sound card supports stereo mix. But you are not recording using your sound card.

If this is difficult to understand, I'll attempt to explain it further but more people might be interested in the program and might realize more ways in which it can be used if they understand this distinction.

But one example is that if you want to record an Internet stream and your sound card doesn't support stereo Mix, you can use the virtual device setting to record the stream as it plays. But if you do, you can't do things such as use a screen-reader. The screen-reader will be recorded as well.

Gene
----- Original Message -----
From: David Moore
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hi Jolene,
I have the link for the virtual recorder, that I will put below. It will
work on your Windows PC. A good friend, gave me this web site done by a guy
named Carlos nazario. The site, when brought up, just says files, and there
are a number of programs you can download from this site. Press H for
heading until you hear virtual recorder installer, or the next heading says
virtual recorder portable. I pressed enter on the virtual recorder installer
and installed it to my computer. After you install it, tab to settings and
set up a shortcut command for pause and some other tasks you will want
virtual recorder to do. It is very accessible. You will tab to a record
button and just press it to record. Now, there is a list that you must pick
a recording choice from. You can record what comes from the sound card, both
the sound card and your voice, , or just your voice. The top choice is the
first one and so on. Here is the link, and let me know if you have any
questions. Here is the link.
http://opopanax.net/download/
Take care.
David Moore


-----Original Message-----
From: Jolene Cardenas
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.


Re: Virtual Recorder

Gene
 

Your sound card has different settings such as line-in and microphone.  If you set the sound card to a source, that is what you would be recording with it.  If you set it to microphone, you would only record the microphone.  Your sound card may not have a line-in setting.  Many laptops don't have line in jacks and you need to use another sound card, such as a USB external sound card to get a line-in jack. 
 
Virtual device doesn't use your sound card.  Windows 7 and higher has something that can do what I described using the virtual device setting.  I don't have the technical knowledge to discuss it further to any extent.  The point is that it will record anything you hear through your sound card but your sound card is not what is being recorded from.  I should add that I don't know if you can record things your sound card isn't set to play.  But the point is that when you use virtual device as the setting, you can directly record your screen-reader.  The microphone doesn't have to be used.  You can record an Internet stream.  You can record music and you speking using a microphone at the same time.  I haven't played with it enough to go into detail about how you might turn off the internal microphone so that you would only record your screen-reader and, for example, and Internet stream.  Others who have used this feature or the same feature in another program may be able to provide much more information. 
 
I'm not sure where using the both setting would be an advantage. 
I haven't used virtual device and other options in the program enough to discuss how to get desired results as to what sources are recorded.  Perhaps all sources are recorded when using virtual device and you can't change them.  In that case, if you want to record an internet stream, and not record the internal microphone, you might have to stop the microphone from functioning by plugging a plug into the microphone jack with nothing connected to it.  But I'm speculating and just providing an example of how you might get around the problem.  It is not necessarily the only or best way. 
 
Also, XP users should know that the virtual device method can't be used in that version of Windows.  The program can be used to record from the sound card but XP doesn't support the virtual device method of recording.
 
Gene

Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 1:51 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hi Gene,
Please explain this further. I had no idea about all of this. Could you please explain all three options and when you use which one. I keep it on both, because it records JAWS and my voice through a built in mike so I can do tutorials. When do you use the first and third choice. Also, what is the difference between a virtual device and your sound card. Could you give some examples of virtual devices, and why is the program called, virtual recorder? What you said makes this program more important than I thought. Thanks a lot. I like to learn, so I will enjoy what you have to say.
 
 
From: Gene
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 2:13 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder
 
You keep saying the choice is between your sound card and your voice.  When you record your voice, you are recording using the microphone input of your sound card.  The real advantages of this program are that it allows you to record from both a virtual device and a sound card simultaneously so you can mix things in more ways.  You can also record from just a virtual device.  the virtual device ability allows you to record things such as Internet Streams even if your sound card doesn't support the What You Hear or Stereo Mix option.  This option has other names as well.  If your sound card supports it, you can record anything your sound card plays.  It has become increasingly difficult to find sound cards that support StereoMix in later versions of Windows.  Virtual Device gives you another way to do the same thing and may save you a good deal of fooling around and may save you the need to purchahse another sound card. 

In other words, when you record from your soundcard, you can record whatever sources your sound card supports.   If you set your sound card to line in, you can record line-in.  If you set your sound card recording source to Microphone, you can record using your Microphone etc.
 
When using the virtual device setting, you can record as though your sound card supports stereo mix.  But you are not recording using your sound card. 
 
If this is difficult to understand, I'll attempt to explain it further but more people might be interested in the program and might realize more ways in which it can be used if they understand this distinction.
 
But one example is that if you want to record an Internet stream and your sound card doesn't support stereo Mix, you can use the virtual device setting to record the stream as it plays.  But if you do, you can't do things such as use a screen-reader.  The screen-reader will be recorded as well. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder
 
Hi Jolene,
I have the link for the virtual recorder, that I will put below. It will
work on your Windows PC. A good friend, gave me this web site done by a guy
named Carlos nazario. The site, when brought up, just says files, and there
are a number of programs you can download from this site. Press H for
heading until you hear virtual recorder installer, or the next heading says
virtual recorder portable. I pressed enter on the virtual recorder installer
and installed it to my computer. After you install it, tab to settings and
set up a shortcut command for pause and some other tasks you will want
virtual recorder to do. It is very accessible. You will tab to a record
button and just press it to record. Now, there is a list that you must pick
a recording choice from. You can record what comes from the sound card, both
the sound card and your voice, , or just your voice. The top choice is the
first one and so on. Here is the link, and let me know if you have any
questions. Here is the link.
http://opopanax.net/download/
Take care.
David Moore


-----Original Message-----
From: Jolene Cardenas
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.






Re: Virtual Recorder

David Moore
 

Hi Gene,
Please explain this further. I had no idea about all of this. Could you please explain all three options and when you use which one. I keep it on both, because it records JAWS and my voice through a built in mike so I can do tutorials. When do you use the first and third choice. Also, what is the difference between a virtual device and your sound card. Could you give some examples of virtual devices, and why is the program called, virtual recorder? What you said makes this program more important than I thought. Thanks a lot. I like to learn, so I will enjoy what you have to say.
 
 

From: Gene
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 2:13 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder
 
You keep saying the choice is between your sound card and your voice.  When you record your voice, you are recording using the microphone input of your sound card.  The real advantages of this program are that it allows you to record from both a virtual device and a sound card simultaneously so you can mix things in more ways.  You can also record from just a virtual device.  the virtual device ability allows you to record things such as Internet Streams even if your sound card doesn't support the What You Hear or Stereo Mix option.  This option has other names as well.  If your sound card supports it, you can record anything your sound card plays.  It has become increasingly difficult to find sound cards that support StereoMix in later versions of Windows.  Virtual Device gives you another way to do the same thing and may save you a good deal of fooling around and may save you the need to purchahse another sound card. 

In other words, when you record from your soundcard, you can record whatever sources your sound card supports.   If you set your sound card to line in, you can record line-in.  If you set your sound card recording source to Microphone, you can record using your Microphone etc.
 
When using the virtual device setting, you can record as though your sound card supports stereo mix.  But you are not recording using your sound card. 
 
If this is difficult to understand, I'll attempt to explain it further but more people might be interested in the program and might realize more ways in which it can be used if they understand this distinction.
 
But one example is that if you want to record an Internet stream and your sound card doesn't support stereo Mix, you can use the virtual device setting to record the stream as it plays.  But if you do, you can't do things such as use a screen-reader.  The screen-reader will be recorded as well. 
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder
 
Hi Jolene,
I have the link for the virtual recorder, that I will put below. It will
work on your Windows PC. A good friend, gave me this web site done by a guy
named Carlos nazario. The site, when brought up, just says files, and there
are a number of programs you can download from this site. Press H for
heading until you hear virtual recorder installer, or the next heading says
virtual recorder portable. I pressed enter on the virtual recorder installer
and installed it to my computer. After you install it, tab to settings and
set up a shortcut command for pause and some other tasks you will want
virtual recorder to do. It is very accessible. You will tab to a record
button and just press it to record. Now, there is a list that you must pick
a recording choice from. You can record what comes from the sound card, both
the sound card and your voice, , or just your voice. The top choice is the
first one and so on. Here is the link, and let me know if you have any
questions. Here is the link.
http://opopanax.net/download/
Take care.
David Moore


-----Original Message-----
From: Jolene Cardenas
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.






Re: Virtual Recorder

Gene
 

You keep saying the choice is between your sound card and your voice.  When you record your voice, you are recording using the microphone input of your sound card.  The real advantages of this program are that it allows you to record from both a virtual device and a sound card simultaneously so you can mix things in more ways.  You can also record from just a virtual device.  the virtual device ability allows you to record things such as Internet Streams even if your sound card doesn't support the What You Hear or Stereo Mix option.  This option has other names as well.  If your sound card supports it, you can record anything your sound card plays.  It has become increasingly difficult to find sound cards that support StereoMix in later versions of Windows.  Virtual Device gives you another way to do the same thing and may save you a good deal of fooling around and may save you the need to purchahse another sound card. 

In other words, when you record from your soundcard, you can record whatever sources your sound card supports.   If you set your sound card to line in, you can record line-in.  If you set your sound card recording source to Microphone, you can record using your Microphone etc.
 
When using the virtual device setting, you can record as though your sound card supports stereo mix.  But you are not recording using your sound card. 
 
If this is difficult to understand, I'll attempt to explain it further but more people might be interested in the program and might realize more ways in which it can be used if they understand this distinction.
 
But one example is that if you want to record an Internet stream and your sound card doesn't support stereo Mix, you can use the virtual device setting to record the stream as it plays.  But if you do, you can't do things such as use a screen-reader.  The screen-reader will be recorded as well. 
 
Gene

----- Original Message -----
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hi Jolene,
I have the link for the virtual recorder, that I will put below. It will
work on your Windows PC. A good friend, gave me this web site done by a guy
named Carlos nazario. The site, when brought up, just says files, and there
are a number of programs you can download from this site. Press H for
heading until you hear virtual recorder installer, or the next heading says
virtual recorder portable. I pressed enter on the virtual recorder installer
and installed it to my computer. After you install it, tab to settings and
set up a shortcut command for pause and some other tasks you will want
virtual recorder to do. It is very accessible. You will tab to a record
button and just press it to record. Now, there is a list that you must pick
a recording choice from. You can record what comes from the sound card, both
the sound card and your voice, , or just your voice. The top choice is the
first one and so on. Here is the link, and let me know if you have any
questions. Here is the link.
http://opopanax.net/download/
Take care.
David Moore


-----Original Message-----
From: Jolene Cardenas
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.






Re: [NVDA] Virtual Recorder

David Moore
 

Hi Gene,
I just found your message a couple minutes ago in my spam folder. I am still having trouble with my Gmail accounts putting quite a bit of messages in the spam folder. Sorry about that. Take care. Thanks for answering her question about virtual recorder.
 
 

From: Gene
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 1:56 AM
Subject: Re: [nvda] Virtual Recorder
 
Are you receiving my messages?  I gave the link many hours ago.
 
Gene
----- Original Messages -----
Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2016 11:16 PM
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder
 
Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.



Re: Virtual Recorder

Gene
 

Are you receiving my messages?  I gave the link many hours ago.
 
Gene
----- Original Messages -----

Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2016 11:16 PM
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.



Re: Windows 10 & NVDA with either Google Drive or other online storage service

Robert Mendoza
 

Hi Jolene

Google drive for storing of files like document, templates, and forms is very accessible with the nvda. For further details and info you may visit this link.
https://support.google.com/drive/answer/2424384?p=homescreen_redirect&hl=en&rd=2

You may also take time to utilize and use the built-in Microsoft One Drive as well for the Windows 10 for storing files as well. 

Robert mendoza

On 5/29/2016 11:38 AM, Jolene Cardenas wrote:

Hello everyone,

Since I've never worked with online storage before in any form,
believe it or not, this is extremely new to me as a longtime Gmail and
Google search engine user!

Yet I now need to take advantage of this service because of some new
ministering opportunity I'm about to engage in at my church.

Can someone who uses both Windows 10 and NVDA please tell me how
user-friendly is Google Drive with these programs?

And if Google Drive isn't user-friendly with them, can you please
recommend another online storage service I could use?

Thanks so much for your folks' recommendation and/or feedback, for I'd
appreciate it more than you'll ever know!]

aloha,

Jolene.





Re: Virtual Recorder

David Moore
 

Hi Jolene,
I have the link for the virtual recorder, that I will put below. It will work on your Windows PC. A good friend, gave me this web site done by a guy named Carlos nazario. The site, when brought up, just says files, and there are a number of programs you can download from this site. Press H for heading until you hear virtual recorder installer, or the next heading says virtual recorder portable. I pressed enter on the virtual recorder installer and installed it to my computer. After you install it, tab to settings and set up a shortcut command for pause and some other tasks you will want virtual recorder to do. It is very accessible. You will tab to a record button and just press it to record. Now, there is a list that you must pick a recording choice from. You can record what comes from the sound card, both the sound card and your voice, , or just your voice. The top choice is the first one and so on. Here is the link, and let me know if you have any questions. Here is the link.
http://opopanax.net/download/
Take care.
David Moore

-----Original Message-----
From: Jolene Cardenas
Sent: Sunday, May 29, 2016 12:16 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: [nvda] Virtual Recorder

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.


Virtual Recorder

Jolene Cardenas
 

Hello there,

I just did a Google search on "Virtual Recorder," which someone had
recommended for us Windows 10 users who're searching for a sound
recorder that'll work with both Windows 10 and NVDA.
Here's a few of the links I discovered:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=ix.com.android.VirtualRecorder&hl=en

http://virtual-recorder.soft112.com/

One appears to be for Android phones, and the other one appears to be
some kind of stand-alone device, but I think some of us is looking for
one for PC's if such a software exists.

Then when I did a search for "Virtual Audio Recorder," I got this link:

http://www.virtualaudiorecorder.com/

So my question is this: Is it called Virtual Recorder, Virtual Audio
Recorder, or something else?

Please be specific, because even when one word of the software name is
off, a person will get the wrong information!

Thank you.

aloha,

Jolene.


Windows 10 & NVDA with either Google Drive or other online storage service

Jolene Cardenas
 

Hello everyone,

Since I've never worked with online storage before in any form,
believe it or not, this is extremely new to me as a longtime Gmail and
Google search engine user!

Yet I now need to take advantage of this service because of some new
ministering opportunity I'm about to engage in at my church.

Can someone who uses both Windows 10 and NVDA please tell me how
user-friendly is Google Drive with these programs?

And if Google Drive isn't user-friendly with them, can you please
recommend another online storage service I could use?

Thanks so much for your folks' recommendation and/or feedback, for I'd
appreciate it more than you'll ever know!]

aloha,

Jolene.


Re: terminal software with NVDA

Ben J. Bloomgren
 

What is wrong with the command prompt? Or, am I not understanding something correctly?

On May 28, 2016, at 17:49, Jason Fayre <jfayre@...> wrote:

Hello everyone,

I'm wondering what terminal software people are using with nvda?

I've tried teraterm, putty and secureCRT. They all work well, but where things tend to fall apart is when editing files remotely.

I find that arrowing through files either line by line or character by character produces very inconsistent results. Lines or characters tend to be double-read.

Thanks!






terminal software with NVDA

Jason Fayre <jfayre@...>
 

Hello everyone,

I'm wondering what terminal software people are using with nvda?

I've tried teraterm, putty and secureCRT. They all work well, but where things tend to fall apart is when editing files remotely.

I find that arrowing through files either line by line or character by character produces very inconsistent results. Lines or characters tend to be double-read.

Thanks!


Re: NVDA and windows 10

Lino Morales
 

Hi stencil. Make sure all audio files are associated with Winamp. You'll find those under preference and file types.

Sent from my iPod

On May 28, 2016, at 7:16 PM, stancil tootle <stootle@...> wrote:

Got Winamp  went into settings  and made it my default player so now when I click on an audio file nothing happens.  

On May 28, 2016, at 1:40 AM, Gene New Zealand <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote:

Hi just download a copy of Winamp and have it as your default instead of the grove one.


It can also be done through the windows settings part in Windows 10.


You will need to go to system, press the enter key then go down to default apps and it can be done under that section if winamp is already installed.


hope this helps.


Gene nz



On 28/05/2016 3:20 PM, stancil tootle wrote:
I hate win 10, but can't go back. How can I get rid of this media player and go back to Winamp?

On May 27, 2016, at 6:35 PM, Chris Shook <chris0309@...> wrote:

Hi all,
Thanks again for all the help. I've got internet explorer on my desktop now. One last question I just thought of.
Is there anything I need to turn off to prevent microsoft from keeping track of my internet activity?
Thanks
Chris






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Re: NVDA and windows 10

stancil tootle
 

Got Winamp  went into settings  and made it my default player so now when I click on an audio file nothing happens.  

On May 28, 2016, at 1:40 AM, Gene New Zealand <hurrikennyandopo@...> wrote:

Hi just download a copy of Winamp and have it as your default instead of the grove one.


It can also be done through the windows settings part in Windows 10.


You will need to go to system, press the enter key then go down to default apps and it can be done under that section if winamp is already installed.


hope this helps.


Gene nz



On 28/05/2016 3:20 PM, stancil tootle wrote:
I hate win 10, but can't go back. How can I get rid of this media player and go back to Winamp?

On May 27, 2016, at 6:35 PM, Chris Shook <chris0309@...> wrote:

Hi all,
Thanks again for all the help. I've got internet explorer on my desktop now. One last question I just thought of.
Is there anything I need to turn off to prevent microsoft from keeping track of my internet activity?
Thanks
Chris






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Re: dBpoweramp

Andrea Sherry
 

Eventually that's what I did.

Thanks

Andrea


On 29/05/2016 1:21 AM, Oriol Gómez wrote:
what update?
cant you get it from the site?

On 5/28/16, Andrea Sherry <sherryan@...> wrote:
Thanks for your most prompt reply.

However it appears that the update must be accessed via this menu.

Andrea


On 28/05/2016 6:36 PM, Oriol Gómez wrote:
Hi.
No, its not really accessible.
However it is usable, the program itself  I mean.
you don't need the configuration utility.

On 5/28/16, Andrea Sherry <sherryan@...> wrote:
Using Windows 10 Pro 64bit.

NVDA latest stable version.

Is there a user of this program who can give me some hints on running
configuration utility that cones with dBpoweramp?

There don't seem to be any checkboxes or the like.

One thing I need to do from this part of the program is access the
update feature which asks me if I wish to do so and then just stops.

Any ideas?

Andrea


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Re: Suggestions for sound recording programs: was, New Member (5)

Cearbhall O'Meadhra
 

Thank you , Gene

 

 

All the best,

 

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Gene
Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2016 4:19 PM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: Suggestions for sound recording programs: was, [nvda] New Member (5)

 

The link to the page where the download links for the program are available is

 

I'm not giving the direct links because there is more than one, a portable version link and an installed version.  There may also be other programs of interest on the page.

 

Search the page using your screen-reader's find command for the word recorder.

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2016 10:06 AM

Subject: Re: Suggestions for sound recording programs: was, [nvda] New Member (5)

 

David,

 

I would like to try out this recorder. However, I found two sitesproducts. Could you give the precise name of this recorder and it publisher, if possible?

 

All the best,

 

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From: nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of David Moore
Sent: Monday, May 23, 2016 5:36 AM
To: nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: Suggestions for sound recording programs: was, [nvda] New Member (5)

 

Hi,

I would like to recommend a great sound recorder called virtual recorder. It is very easy to download and install, and very accessible. When you launch it, you can record your voice with a built in mike, record sounds straight from the sound card, or both. So, it does very well with recording pod casts, because it records your voice great, and it records a screen reader directly from the sound card at the same time, so your voice and screen reader come through loud and clear. There is a record button, stop, pause, and you can record in many formats like MP3, for example. The problem with Voice recorder in win10, is that you only have the choice of recording in a M4A format that is unique to win10. Very few players can play the files that you record with that program. Virtual recorder saves your recordings in a folder that you choose as soon as you stop the recording. The recordings are so clear I have done with it, and it does not take up much room on your computer. There is even a portable version that can run from a USB flash drive. Just type in Virtual Recorder in your search like Google, and you will get a site to download it. You may be able to download it from:

If not, just do a search for it. I absolutely love it. Take care.

 

 

From: Gene

Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2016 8:22 PM

Subject: Re: Suggestions for sound recording programs: was, [nvda] New Member (5)

 

Also, will people please change subject lines when the thread changes to the point where it has nothing to do with the original subject.  The subject line still says new member and the discussion is now about audio recorders.  I'm not saying that people should change subject lines if the topic still is reasonably related to the original but this isn't even remotely related. 

 

I am changing the subject line in this thread with this message.

 

Gene

 

From: Gene

Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2016 7:15 PM

Subject: Re: [nvda] New Member (5)

 

If the sound recorder program in Windows 10 is like the one in Windows 7, it's almost worthless.  In the Windows 7 program, you can't edit and it records in the MP3 format as I recall.  I know you can't choose formats and I know it’s a lossy format. Whether ogg or MP3, its so limited that it's more like a toy. 

 

I don't recall if it even has a pause button and if it resumes recording or overwrites the file if you stop and start it.  What program did you used to use?  If you used the old XP sound recorder, that may still work in Windows 10.  I got it to work in Windows 7.  I can suggest programs to use to create a podcast file and edit it.  For example, you might use a program I have to record the podcast file and then edit with Mp3 Direct Cut.  Both programs will produce MP3 files but, for reasons I won't go into now, it's better to use one program I can discuss for editing and MP3 Direct Cut for editing.

 

Gene

----- Original Message -----

From: Pranav Lal

Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2016 7:02 PM

Subject: Re: [nvda] New Member (5)

 

Hi,

The sound recorder in Windows 10 is called voice recorder. Search for it by using the search feature which you can access by pressing ctrl+escape. It is accessible.

-----Original Message-----
From:
nvda@nvda.groups.io [mailto:nvda@nvda.groups.io] On Behalf Of Jolene Cardenas
Sent: Sunday, May 22, 2016 12:42 PM
To:
nvda@nvda.groups.io
Subject: Re: [nvda] New Member (5)

Hello once more,

Thank you for your responses, for I enjoyed reading them a lot!

Further specs: My Web browser is the latest version of Firefox (even though a sighted friend told me that Google Chrome was better), my default media player is Windows Media Player 12 (not The Groove Music from Windows 10), and Gmail is the only e-mail source I use.  Since Windows 10 doesn't come with the Sound Recorder program like how previous versions of Windows does, I'm missing it a lot because I use it for Podcasting and other projects.  Can any Windows 10 user recommend any sound-recording program that would work well with it + NVDA?  I'd appreciate your feedback so much.

Just FYI: I have no usable vision in both eyes to read large print so I'm totally dependent on NVDA to do all my reading out loud for me.

Take care, and have a good day.

sincerely,

Jolene.





Re: NVDA and windows 10

Gene
 

It's supposed to take you to the Windows Update page.  it's actually the same as if Microsoft gave you a favorite for the page but it's a separate item named Windows Updates in the browser. 
 
The Windows update web page works in your browser and, I believe, along with showing you whatever major updates you don't have, shows you more updates that are more minor and optional.  Others may comment further but that's my impression of the page from the very small amount I've looked at it.
 
Also, we know that it doesn't work in one person's browser.  That doesn't mean it doesn't work in general.  Nothing has been said to indicate how many copies of IE11 this was tested in.  One test tells us nothing generalizable.
 
Gene
----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, May 28, 2016 1:50 PM
Subject: Re: [nvda] NVDA and windows 10

Its broken in IE 11. I forget the funky error message I get when I do
that via IE 11.


On 5/27/2016 10:45 PM, Chris Shook wrote:
> Hi,
> thanks for the info.
> This isn't strictly about NVDA, but I'm hoping someone will know.
> What does the windows update link in internet explorer do?
> We already have a windows update in settings, so having two seems
> pointless.
> Chris
>
>
>




Re: NVDA and windows 10

Lino Morales
 

Find the last build of Winamp V 5.666. I think: www.whitstick.co.uk

still has it. Just make sure Winamp is set as the default media player in sttings.

On 5/27/2016 11:20 PM, stancil tootle wrote:
I hate win 10, but can't go back. How can I get rid of this media player and go back to Winamp?

On May 27, 2016, at 6:35 PM, Chris Shook <chris0309@...> wrote:

Hi all,
Thanks again for all the help. I've got internet explorer on my desktop now. One last question I just thought of.
Is there anything I need to turn off to prevent microsoft from keeping track of my internet activity?
Thanks
Chris






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Re: NVDA and windows 10

Lino Morales
 

Its broken in IE 11. I forget the funky error message I get when I do that via IE 11.

On 5/27/2016 10:45 PM, Chris Shook wrote:
Hi,
thanks for the info.
This isn't strictly about NVDA, but I'm hoping someone will know.
What does the windows update link in internet explorer do?
We already have a windows update in settings, so having two seems pointless.
Chris