moderated Re: Accessing video subtitles with JAWS
Yeah...there doesn't really seem anything else it could do, honestly.toggle quoted messageShow quoted text
In my opinion, the *only* really pleasant way to deal with subtitles is with a braille display.
I try to find .srt files on the internet, which are basically just text fiels with time codes.
It's not the best experience but, well, there are millions of films in languages I don't understand, so as a person who appreciates cinema, what else can you do? Lol
From: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org> On Behalf Of Soronel Haetir
Sent: February 24, 2021 02:34 PM
Subject: Re: Accessing video subtitles with JAWS
I don't know a general answer but do know on youtube I've encountered videos with accompanying transcription text where the text is highlighted in time with the progressing video. I actually find this particular set-up incredibly annoying to deal with because jaws reads the changing selection as the voice on the recording advances.
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Earlier today a friend of mine phoned me up to ask me about how JAWS