[bactttoma] Re: accessible applications

  • From: steven taylor <steven_taylor10@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: bactttoma@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 6 Apr 2010 20:39:27 +1000

Well, let's assume you are only burning legal stuff, that is in my view you 
burn stuff you bought legally off the net or at the store.

First, if you are doing this, you shouldn't have any trouble with accessing the 

As for apps as you put it, it's going to depend what you want to do.

If you're just burning stuff, I've heard and I'm not sure of the spelling I 
think it's called nero works with most screen readers.

Of course, if you got a laptop with a burn program, some work better than 

Steer clear of dvd maker it's totally useless and inaccessible.

Now if you're looking for recording software there's a free one for windows 
called audasity or audacity check for both spellings.

For Mac users like myself there's hijac which is brilliant and garage band 
which is quite useful.

Now for playing, well there's everything from winamp to windows media player to 
real player to itunes and the list goes on.

Now if you are downloading off the net which in my opinion is legal well if 
it's not then there are billions of us doing it every day, you should go to 
trusted sources.

Limewire and frostwire are hopeless, bigpond is good even though it takes ages 
to get through all the rubbish to get what you want.

www.utorrent.com is good, not sure if it works with Jaws, but does work with 
voice over for mac.

itunes is very good for music and movies and you can even rent them from itunes 

You don't need sighted assistance with itunes and yes it works with Jaws 
version 11 and if you need any help with setting up an account, drop me a phone 
number and I'll talk you through the process.

On 07/04/2010, at 1:19 PM, Marvin Hunkin wrote:

>     hi.
> well.
> okay is there a ap that can tell if my mp3s on my laptop are any good.
> just tried burning using express burn.
> and said i got errors.
> and about 7 or 8 tracks could not be burned.
> so wondering.
> is there a accessible application that can test for if a mp3 is good, bad, 
> before burning.
> as i have cd-r disk.
> burn once, and was a brand new blank disk.
> so, for future , to over come this.
> are there any applications that do this.
> also is there a accessible application that can monitor my net usage.
> without having to go to the isp web site to check that i do not go over my 
> download limit.
> please no sarcasim, just the facts please.
> Marvin.

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