Re: HELP REQUESTED FOR HOW TO RECORD AUDIO WITH JAWS FOR WINDOWS IN COMPATIBILITY WITH VLC-MEDIA PLAYER
to my knowledge, VLC is not used to record, it is used to play audio ortoggle quoted messageShow quoted text
video files, hence the name, VLC Media Player.
if a free program is desired, you can take a look at Audacity.
-------- Original Message --------
From: John Covici [mailto:covici@...]
Sent: Sunday, Aug 26, 2018 7:46 PM EST
Subject: HELP REQUESTED FOR HOW TO RECORD AUDIO WITH JAWS FOR WINDOWS IN
COMPATIBILITY WITH VLC-MEDIA PLAYER
I did not know vlc would record anything??
On Sun, 26 Aug 2018 18:16:17 -0400,
Samuel Idem wrote:
Dear The firstname.lastname@example.org Team,
I'm pleased to be accepted on this platform, even as I hope to
contribute and gain from the countless knowledge of members here.
Thank you very much!
As a blind computer user, I humbly ask for instructions on how to
successfully use JAWS for Windows in compatibility with VLC_Media
Player to record audio: I'm working on my music/singing profession,
and would be doing some song-recordings on my computer to assess the
quality of my voice, rhythm of the song, etc.
I look forward to reading from fellow mates here, oping to connect on
a personal level even as we make progress here!
More power to our elbows as we give our quota, great or little, to
bettering the lot of humanity.