Re: HELP REQUESTED FOR HOW TO RECORD AUDIO WITH JAWS FOR WINDOWS IN COMPATIBILITY WITH VLC-MEDIA PLAYER
David & his pack of dogs
I was eating my supper. Now I can jump in here. The record option is indeed available in VLC. How exactly it works, though, I don't know. I've been using VLC for years and a lot of the functions I have not used, accept playing recorded programs off of YouTube or audio programs off the internet. I should play around with it. The secondary question is, after it is recorded, where is it stored? As I was writing this I notice Mario posted something. Perhaps he has already answered your query.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
From: firstname.lastname@example.org <email@example.com> On Behalf Of Mario
Sent: August 26, 2018 4:59 PM
Subject: 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 or video files, hence the name, VLC Media Player.
if a free program is desired, you can take a look at Audacity.
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From: John Covici [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
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 email@example.com 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.