Quicktime pro is 100 percent accessible, I use it all the time for both listening and converting files. The selections are a bit limited by default, but once you get other codecs installed, it works like a charm.
You'll have no trouble using it. On Jun 11, 2008, at 4:41 AM, Jacob Schmude wrote:
Hi EveryoneI'm looking for some video conversion software, e.g. to convert one video format to another, typically it'd be from avi or flv to mp4. I've found Viddyup from splasm software, which does a very good job of making iPod videos, but I don't necessarily want to convert them to iPod format, just convert them. I'm considering Quicktime Pro, but was wondering how accessible it is. Are the movie export features Voiceover-friendly? Note, I'm not talking about trivial things like unlabeled buttons, I could care less about those. If QT isn't accessible, does anyone know of software that will convert any quicktime-playable format to an mp4, keeping the original video dimensions and such? I've got all the quicktime components I need installed i.e. DivX, Perian, etc.ThanksClick on the link below to go to our homepage. http://www.icanworkthisthing.comManage your subscription by using the web interface on the link below.http://www.freelists.org/list/macvoiceover Users can subscribe to this list by sending email to macvoiceover-request@xxxxxxxxxxxxxwith 'subscribe' in the Subject field OR by logging into the Webinterface at http://www.freelists.org/list/macvoiceover
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