Re: I don't even know how to word this Jaws Question slides while video is playing in Windows Media
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How would I know if Power Point is being used or not? I don’t even know which window I’d find the slides in. I don’t think there is a separate window for them. It’s just that somehow a person is viewing them while the lecturer speaks, probably through the video on Windows Media.
I think I’d have to access them through the Windows Media program somehow if this is even possible.
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Mike B.
Sent: Friday, November 30, 2018 11:36 PM
Subject: Re: I don't even know how to word this Jaws Question slides while video is playing in Windows Media
By any chance are these slides being shown using Power Point? If they are there's several tutorials available for accessing, converting and saving Power Point files as Word, TXT or other formats. I don't personally much on reading Power Point files but, if they are Power Point files I'm sure there are many folks on the list that can help.
Take care. Go Rams!
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Sent: Friday, November 30, 2018 8:07 PM
Subject: I don't even know how to word this Jaws Question slides while video is playing in Windows Media
I need to listen to videos located on a web site. I'm using Windows Media to listen to them. The lecturer refers to one slide after another. Is there a way to capture a slide so I can ocr it? How would I know if the slide changed to a new slide? I'm doubting whether any of this is even possible, but thought I'd ask. Much material is on the slide and he's only verbalizing a small part of the material.