[blindreplay] Re: pod cast question

  • From: <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Wed, 7 Mar 2007 02:56:17 -0800 (PST)

Glad to help the best I can. I use Replay AV every day and I
believe quite a few of you will be doing the same if not
already. Time-shifting the recordings to a portable device like
the Book Port for example and listening to yur recordings when
you want whether you take a walk, riding the bus to work or late
at night when you can't fall asleep. 

I posted a list of keyboard shortcuts that you should find

I am going to show you the simpliest way to do the podcasts for
now. Practice this until you get the hang of it.

Most podcasts are in mp3 format and pre-recorded for you. Replay
AV is your podcatcher. It will download for you automatically or
you can manually download the podcast.

Open Replay AV 8.

Tab to the list view box. I think you can use keyboard shortcut
to jump to the listview - listbo.

once in the listview box use arrow keys to navigate to Tech Guy
podcast listing.

Press your applications key. This is the key to the left of
right control keyboard key.

Context menu pops up.

Press letter "S" or arrow down in the context menu list until
you hear "Start Record/Download option and hit Enter key.

The above will start downloadinf the last 3 shows of Leo's Tech
Guy show.             

You can review the download progress by reading the TechGuy
listing line by doing a insert+up arrow. That is look at the
listview box.   

You will get 3 .mp3 shows in your "recordings" folder. Replay AV
8 is set to download a maximum of 3 podcasts at a time but this
can be changed through Properties.

Just for you to know you can tell Replay AV to automatically
download/catch podcasts at a specific time.

Some podcasts are done in a video format for sighted users to
watch them called vidcast or vcast for example.    


--- Tom Rash <dadnthedark@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> I am  new to scheduling pod casts.  I just scheduled the Tech
> Guy pod casts.  How do I schedule that?  Since it is not a
> stream, is it important to tell it what time to get them? 
> Also, I don't necessarily want all of his pod casts.  There
> are quite a few I would assume.  How can I tell the program to
> start from the last couple and continuing?  Thanks for any
> tips.
> Petro.  Thanks for all of your advice.  I am still working on
> your tips.  Sometimes when I get some of your suggestions to
> my questions, I am at work and am unable to try them out or
> respond to you.  Thanks much though.  I do appreciate your

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