Sorry do not have Skype. Still no sound. Sent from my iPhone > On Dec 9, 2013, at 4:13 PM, "Petro T. Giannakopoulos" <petrogia@xxxxxxxxx> > wrote: > > Do you have Skype? > Try using your Window Eyes left mouse click on where it reads click to start > monitoring and let us know how it goes. > > Tab and shift+tab back to the button and it should read as stop monitoring. > > ----- Original Message ----- > From: Janie Landrum > To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx > Sent: Monday, December 09, 2013 3:53 PM > Subject: [blindreplay] Re: Replay Media Catcher 5 Helpful Notes > > Hello, Thank you for the help. I still can not get it to record. I followed > your directions to the letter. Still no go. How long should I wait for the > tone? I am using window eyes version 8.3. And a laptop. If you have any more > suggestions please let me know. > > Sent from my iPhone > >> On Dec 8, 2013, at 3:50 PM, "Petro T. Giannakopoulos" <petrogia@xxxxxxxxx> >> wrote: >> >> Here are my notes for Replay Media Catcher 5. >> >> Replay Media Catcher 5 >> >> Installation >> No issues experienced with installation process. >> >> Welcome >> >> When you first run Replay Media Catcher 5 you will hear a welcome window. >> >> Choose the checkbox with spacebar to enable it and tab over to the OK button >> and press ENTER key. >> >> You don't need this welcome window. >> >> This application has different interfaces. >> >> Start Monitoring >> >> Use alt-s >> >> Stop Monitoring >> >> alt-x >> >> Read the user guide. >> >> If you have scheduled a future capture / Download but have forgotten to run >> the Replay Media Catcher 5 program, no problem because Replay Media Catcher >> 5 will open itself and start the recording for you. >> >> Configuring The Main Interface >> >> With Replay Media Catcher running you should configure your main interface, >> the UI by >> >> Press enter key on Library tab/module >> >> Press alt+v for the View toolbar menu >> >> Press enter keyboard key on everything located in the view toolbar that does >> not have a check mark next to it except for 'always on top'. >> >> This will show all the modules/tabs that are available on the main user >> interface. They are >> >> Library >> >> Internet >> >> Audio >> >> History >> >> Guides >> >> Schedule >> >> The most important modules/tabs are, >> >> Library >> >> Internet >> >> Audio >> >> Schedule >> >> When you are done go back with alt+v and make sure everything is checked >> except for >> >> the always on top. >> >> JAWS Keystrokes for the List View >> >> If you are in another module/tab please >> >> Press enter keyboard key on the Library module/tab on the main user >> interface. >> >> Shift+tab will bring you to the Library list view >> >> If you have captured something you can do the steps below but if not please >> read on. >> >> While in the list view you can use the following JAWS keystrokes to hear >> >> Name of your recording >> >> Date >> >> Status >> >> To hear the name press >> >> insert+ctrl+numbers row 1 >> >> To hear the date press >> >> insert+ctrl+numbers row 2 >> >> To hear the status of your recording/download while in the list view press >> >> insert+ctrl+numbers row 3 >> >> The status will say downloading, complete and other info like error. >> >> To hear the whole line press insert+up arrow. >> >> Display the List view >> >> Will make it much easier for you. >> >> Choose the Library module/tab with ENTER key. >> >> Press insert+t - the title bar should say library >> >> Press alt+L to bring up the library toolbar >> >> Choose display list view if it is not checked with your enter key >> >> You have made the list view the default view on the main user interface >> >> OR >> >> Choose the Library module/tab. >> >> Use your tab keyboard key and locate the 'Display List View' button and >> press your enter key. >> >> Settings and Conversions Settings >> >> Choose the Library module/tab on main interface. >> >> Press alt+l. >> >> The library menu has the >> >> Settings >> >> Conversions Settings >> >> Choose Settings >> >> The settings window opens >> >> You should hear Settings tab >> >> Use left or right arrow keyboard key to find the tab sheet you want to >> configure and press your ENTER keyboard to make it the active tab. >> >> Some main level tabs have sub level tabs so press your tab keyboard key one >> time to find its sub level tabs. >> >> Use left or right arrow keyboard key to find the sub level tab sheet you >> want to configure and press your ENTER keyboard to make it the active tab. >> >> For example, the Internet tab sheet has the sub level tabs Monitor, >> plug-ins, rtmp, http and some others. >> >> The Settings Window has >> >> Library tab >> >> Internet tab >> >> Audio tab >> >> History tab >> >> For me the Library tab says checked. so I know I am in the Library tab >> property sheet properties which I can examine by pressing my tab keyboard >> key each time one by one. >> >> While on a control within the tab sheet that is active insert+tab will read >> that control for you. >> >> Say you want to view the Internet tab sheet simply use the right arrow key >> to find the internet tab and when you find it press your ENTER key and JAWS >> will say checked. >> >> The Internet tab is active. >> >> You know now that you are in the Internet tab property sheet so press your >> tab keyboard key to jump to the different settings you can configure. >> >> Note, the Internet tab sheet has some additional sub level tab sheets within >> it. >> >> They are, >> >> Monitor >> >> http tab, >> >> http adv tab, >> >> rtmp tab, >> >> rtmp adv tab, >> >> dynamic tab >> >> BT tab, >> >> Naming tab, >> >> Plugins tab, >> >> ad blocker tab >> >> These are tabs above so if you need to configure something within one of >> these you will have to see which one is selected by hearing the word checked >> pronounced by your screen reader. >> >> For me the Monitor tab is checked. JAWS tells you it is by it speaking >> Monitor tab checked. >> >> Want to go to a different tab then use the steps above. >> >> Start Monitoring >> >> To start a capture of your media like a radio station stream do >> >> Three methods >> >> Press alt-s to start monitoring. >> >> Or >> >> Choose the Library module/tab on main interface. >> >> Locate the click to Start Monitoring for downloads button on the main user >> interface and press enter keyboard key. >> >> You will hear a sound. This sound is telling you its ready to >> capture/download. >> >> If you do not see the 'start monitoring' on the main UI then you are not in >> the Library module/tab so do >> >> Press your tab key a few times until you land on the Library module/tab and >> press your enter key on it. >> >> Use your TAB keyboard key to find the click to start monitoring for >> downloads button. >> >> This will enable the click to start monitoring for downloads button to >> appear again. Press enter key on start monitoring. Sound is heard. >> >> Still do not hear the start monitoring feature then do >> >> Find the Library module/tab on main UI and press enter. >> >> Press alt+l for the library toolbar. >> >> The Library toolbar appears. >> >> Arrow down to the item 'start monitoring' and press your enter key on it. >> >> Sound will be heard. >> >> Before you proceed to your media on the web I would tab over to the Library >> list view on the main interface, minimize Replay Media Catcher or alt+tab to >> your browser like Internet Explorer. >> >> For example, play a YouTube video for 10-15 seconds and stop it with either >> the stop button or alt+F4 to close your browser. >> >> Now go back to Replay Media Catcher application and you should be focused on >> the list view. >> >> The list view will display your recordings/captures/downloads you have in a >> list view style. >> >> Playback a file that is located within the list view. >> >> Locate the listview. If you do not see it. >> >> Press enter on the Library module/tab . >> >> Tab key a few times on the main UI and you will find the display list view >> button. Press enter. >> >> OR >> >> Press alt+l for the Library toolbar and make sure display listview is >> checked. >> >> Locate the list view contents on main interface with the tab key. When you >> find it your recordings/downloads will show up in the list view. >> >> Press shift+F10 on a file in the listview. >> >> You can do >> >> Delete a file. >> >> Rename >> >> Remove >> >> Play >> >> Move To >> >> Convert >> >> Save to MP3 >> >> Fix FLV >> >> Restart >> >> Show in folder >> >> Properties >> >> Cancel >> >> So to play a file press shift+F10 while on a file in the listview and choose >> PLAY in the context menu. >> >> If you are asked to download a player to play a file it is your judgement to >> decide what to do here but if you've played that file type before than >> choose NO when the pop up message appears. >> >> You can play your files through the Windows Explorer. >> >> Where are my files? >> >> On main UI press enter on Library module/tab. >> >> Press alt+l. >> >> Choose open strorage folder. >> >> Conversion Setting >> >> If you want Replay Media Catcher to auto convert everything to a particular >> format then do, >> >> On the main UI press enter on Library module/tab. Press your tab key a few >> times and locate the No Conversion Settings >> >> Next press your spacebar key and down arrow key and you will hear the >> context menu with submenus, >> >> Media Players >> >> Phones >> >> Tablets >> >> Game Consoles >> >> Manufacturers >> >> Formats >> >> Output Folder >> >> Don't Convert >> >> Configure >> >> Import into iTunes >> >> Example, choose the Formats submenu and right arrow to open it. Choose the >> format you desire within this list and press enter. >> >> I chose MP3 Default in this list and press enter. >> >> Tab over to Ok and press enter. >> >> Now when you are back on the main UI of Replay Media Catcher 5 you will see >> the format type you chose instead of No Conversion Type displayed. >> >> If you do not see this then tab one time and then shift+tab. >> >> For me it reads on the main UI Mp3 Defaults (MP3). >> >> We are telling Replay Media Catcher 5 to automatically convert all >> captures/recordings/downloads whether they are audio or video to MP3 format >> in my example above. So if your video was .flv or mp4 Replay Media Catcher 5 >> is going to convert to .mp3 and also keep the original file .flv or .mp4 >> also as shown in this example. >> >> You will have the original file and the converted file in both the list view >> and Windows Explorer. >> >> Example, >> >> WGN.flv >> >> WGN.mp3 >> >> How to Record Audio >> >> Choose Library tab on main user interface. >> >> Press your tab key a few times until you hear the Download from the Internet >> button menu. >> >> Press spacebar key on Download from the Internet menu button. >> >> Press your down arrow key and when you hear Record Audio press your enter >> key. >> >> Record Audio is now the default. >> >> Tab over one time. >> >> You will hear Start Recording button. >> >> Press the Start Recording button with enter key. >> >> Play your media like with your browser. >> >> Your audio is being captured. >> >> To view what is being captured go to the Replay Media Catcher Library list >> view contents. >> >> When done close your browser. >> >> To stop recording press the stop recording button. >> >> To change it back to Download from the Internet button menu simply spacebar >> on Record Audio and down arrow to Download from the Internet and press enter. >> >> If you cannot escape from here then do an alt+tab anb shift+tab to go back >> to Replay Media Catcher 5. >> >> You will notice that the Start Recording button has changed back to Click To >> Start Monitoring For Downloads button when Download from the Internet is >> active. >> >> Developer wrote >> >> RMC5 is a different product, with a modern interface and far more features >> than anything AV or RMC4 had. >> >> Understanding Replay Media Catcher >> >> Below where it reads 'selected' means to press your keyboard enter key on >> the module/tab. >> >> Settings / Conversion Settings / Display Listview / Open Storage Folder menu >> item is under the Library menu which is displayed when the main Library >> tab/module is selected >> >> Shortcut is >> >> alt+l >> >> Start/Stop recording menu item is under the Internet menu which is displayed >> when the main Internet tab/module is selected. Internet menu/toolbar >> shortcut is >> >> alt+i >> >> New Schedule menu item is under the Schedule menu which is displayed when >> the Schedule tab/module is selected >> >> Shortcut is alt+s >> >> New - this is where you set timer style recording. >> >> Edit >> >> Copy >> >> Delete >> >> Run Now >> >> Most menu items have keyboard short cuts where it makes sense >> >> The Schedule Module/Tab and how to set a scheduled recording. >> >> On Main UI press enter on Schedule Module/tab. >> >> Use tab key to find the schedule for a future time button on main UI. >> >> Press ENTER kER key. >> >> Schedule window >> >> To find your list of scheduled future recordings you must be in the Schedule >> module/tab. >> >> So on main UI of Replay Media Catcher 5 find the schedule module/tab and >> press enter key. >> >> Then tab until you find the Scheduled list view contents. Here you will see >> your list of scheduled recordings you have set for a future time period. >> >> >> ----- Original Message ----- >> From: Janie Landrum >> To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx >> Sent: Sunday, December 08, 2013 12:22 PM >> Subject: [blindreplay] Re: My Audio Tutorials >> >> Hi, Can you please email me your audio tutorial link for replay media >> catcher version 184.108.40.206.9. I am having trouble getting mine to work >> properly. I have been using replay catcher for years and love it. But this >> version is giving me trouble. Any help would be appreash >> >> Sent from my iPhone >> >>> On Dec 8, 2013, at 11:33 AM, "Petro T. Giannakopoulos" <petrogia@xxxxxxxxx> >>> wrote: >>> >>> Hi All >>> Will be removing my audio tutorials on December 8 from Dropbox which will >>> mean the Dropbox links will not work when they are clicked on. I will put >>> these audio tutorials back up on Monday, December 9.