Okay, I’ll play around and give it a try. Just to confirm, this is how I’d
record say the audio of a movie off the computer? Thanks.
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I was using stereo mix to record Jaws earlier today and did not have to change
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Oh yeah, to reroute Jaws,
Insert J, brings up Jaws menu.
Go to utilities, then sound cards.
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Subject: [audacity4blind] Recording Questions
I’m working with a Dell laptop running Windows 10 and JAWS 2020 and the latest
version of Audacity. What I’m looking for is how to record what is coming
through the computer speakers such as a streamed item and if possible avoid
having the screen reader coming through at the same time. I know this has
been covered before and I’m hoping someone may have an instruction list set up
and ready to go. Any help is appreciated. Thanks.