*Ponders* Others may have more information on this than I do, but I'll admit
that I play my DVDs on the computer, using any number of applications,
including Intervideo WinDVD player. I'd love to hear others' suggestions on
I do have a DVD player that connects to my TV as well. My first observation was that the remotes are often designed very well, and you can tell the arrow keys, the OK button, the numbers, readily by touch.
I've also learned that typically you can put the DVD in, and when it starts playing music, press OK a couple of times. That will take you into the feature presentation, but often, accessing the extras is difficult, which is why I prefer the computer.
If others have other suggestions, I'd be glad to hear them as well.
I was very frustrated the last time I went to the video store, and found, to
my dismay, that I can't get VHS yes, videos any longer.
So... it is time to bite the bullet as it were, and get a DVD player.
Does anyone have any suggestions on accessible ones, ones where you DON'T have to see the screen to get the darn thing to play?
I can't use one on the PC, as apparently it messes up my screen reader or so
the tech guy told me when I asked about it. Is something to do with my PC.
Anyway, would appreciate any suggestions anyone has on stand alone, or portable players that have worked for them.
Thanks you and sorry for the O_T. smile.
Shelley L. Rhodes and Judson, guiding golden juddysbuddy@xxxxxxxxxxxx Guide Dogs For the Blind Inc. Graduate Advisory Council www.guidedogs.com
The vision must be followed by the venture. It is not enough to stare up the steps - we must step up the stairs.
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