Hi Petro,I found Source in the View menu (I'm using IE6); but unfortunately, I can't even get to it once I'm on the page with the archives, which comes up within the stream window. All I get when I press the Alt key is "show hidden items" and jaws then says "to navigate press left and right arrow", but I get nothing when I then try moving with the arrow keys. It seems poorly designed at least when it comes to screenreaders. But I did find Source in the View menu on the other pages, where the menubar behaves as normal. Thanks for letting me know.
Regards Vivien----- Original Message ----- From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Monday, May 07, 2007 8:52 PMSubject: [blindreplay] Re: recording RealPlayer radio on demand archives with Replay AV (without Realplayer)
You may want to try 1 more thing. Look at the actual source code for the whole archives page. In IE 7 its under the view menu and it says source or view source. Look for http:// style links that end in m3u or pls or contain the words real but this is complicated for most. --- Vivien Palcic <vivienpalcic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:Hi Petro, Thanks for your message. Unfortunately the archives appear in a drop-down list, not as links, and there's another menu for selecting the date once you select the show. (In order to get to those in the first place the link for the on demand archives is accessed from within the live stream.) It's all quite cumbersome and I'll be contacting the station about this, but thank you for the info. Regards Vivien----- Original Message ----- From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>To: <blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Sent: Thursday, May 03, 2007 3:57 AM Subject: [blindreplay] Re: recording RealPlayer radio on demand archives with Replay AV (without Realplayer) > Try this: > > Find the first RP archive link. > That is be on the link. > Do a insert+F7. > Press your tab key 1 time. > Press space bar 1 time. > Press your applications key. > Choose copy shortcut. > You have copied the link to your clipboard. > > Go to: > > http://www.webscissors.com > > Press your E keyboard key. > You will land in a edit field box with "http://" in that edit > box. > In this edit box press your spacebar 1 time. > You will be in forms mode now. > Press your end key, then do a shift+home key to select the > http:// in the edit box. > Press your backspace key. > What you have done here is delete the "http://" in the edit box. > Your cursor is still in this edit box so do a ctrl+v to paste in > the copied shortcut you did earlier. > You have pasted in the URL address in the edit box. > Press your PC cursor keyboard key to get out of forms mode. > Tab 2 times to the view source button and press enter key on > this button. > > Wait a few seconds. > > You will see the source code for the copied URL. > > Look for http://, rtsp:// type links in the code. > > Copy such links to a word processor like NotePad. > > With JAWS you can use Windows key +C to copy multiple links to > the clipboard. > > You may see multiple links in the code. > > Open your email program. > > Send an email to yourself. > > In the body of the message paste the http:// links you found. > > Send the message. > > Open that email message you sent to yourself. > > Look at the body of email message and you will notice the > http:// links you pasted are actual live links like you see in > web pages. > > Go to the link with http:. > > Be on that link. > > Press insert+F7. > Press tab key 1 time. > Press spacebar 1 time. > > Press your applications key. > Choose save target as. > > Save the file to your hard drive. > > Open Replay Converter to convert the file you have copied to > your hard drive to another format of your choice. > > Since you do not have Real Player on yur computer this is the > way I would do it here. > > There maybe another way but I don't know everything here. > > Thinking a bit more here. > > See if Winamp will play those RP Files for you. Are they in .m3u > or .pls? > > If you can play the archived files with Winamp then Replay AV 8 > can record these for you in another format like .mp3. > > Just for you to know: > > I have a blog at: > > http://petrogia.blogspot.com > > A podcast on Replay AV: > > httP://feeds.feedburner.com/blogspot/PetrosPodcasts > > > --- Vivien Palcic <vivienpalcic@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > >> Hello all, >> >> I recently downloaded a demo of Replay AV 8 and joined this >> list. The station whose radio on demand archives I'm trying to >> access is PBS 106.7FM. The station's website is at >> http://www.pbsfm.org.au >> and their live stream is in Windows Media, but the radio on >> demand archives, unlike the live stream, are streamed in >> RealPlayer and are only available to people signed up to the >> station's website (which is free). After signing up to the >> site you get an activation email with a link to click on (or >> Enter on) to activate your account, and then you need to be >> logged into the site to get to the archives. I don't wish to >> download/install RealPlayer and have been told Replay AV can >> still record such content (and convert it to formats such as >> mp3 etc so I can listen to it in Winamp). But I don't know how >> to do it - especially as I have no way of knowing the stream >> has started. Is anyone on this list signed up to the station's >> website and familiar with accessing the archives? Any help >> including step-by-step instructions on recording them with >> Replay AV would be greatly appreciated. I have successfully >> recorded/captured a snippet from the live stream (the few >> minutes the demo allows for). I can't remember the exact steps >> I went through, but I was already tuning into the stream at >> the time and I selected the station within Replay AV by >> accessing the station option from the menu bar. The station >> was added to the media guide after I contacted Leslie at >> Applian (it's listed as "PBS 106.7"), but I don't know what >> I'd do in the case of these archives. I presume they would >> have a different feed any way and I'm not even sure how to get >> that info (as opposed to the web address etc). A total newbie >> to this, as you've probably gathered. I'm using Windows XP >> Home with Jaws 8 and Internet Explorer 6. Hope someone can >> help. >> >> Regards >> Vivien > > -- > To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe > in subject > To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > >> -- > No virus found in this incoming message.> Checked by AVG Free Edition. > Version: 7.5.467 / Virus Database: 269.6.2/784 - Release Date: 1/05/2007 > 2:57 PM > -- To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subject To contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx--To unsubscribe: e-mail blindreplay-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxx with unsubscribe in subjectTo contact list owner: e-mail blindreplay-admins@xxxxxxxxxxxxx -- No virus found in this incoming message. Checked by AVG Free Edition.Version: 7.5.467 / Virus Database: 269.6.5/792 - Release Date: 6/05/2007 9:01 PM
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