[blindreplay] Re: the replay product line

  • From: "Petro T. Giannakopoulos" <petrakigianos-giasou@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sat, 31 May 2008 07:47:15 -0700 (PDT)

The following can be used with JAWS 9 and if any of you need me to check it 
with Window-Eyes 6.1 let me know.

Replay AV 8 with minor issues with WE screen reader dealing with the menu bar 
and drop down lists.

Replay Converter 2.80

Replay Music 3

Replay Media Catcher 2.3     

At-Large Recorder 2.4 with very minor issue but 99 percent usable.

FLV Flash Player included with Replay Media Catcher. Works with keyboard 
shortcuts even though interface is invisible. Plays .flv files. 

I use all the above products. There are always bugs in software.

What I do here is read the user guide for each product and the FAQs.

Have not tested the following:
Replay Media Splitter and Screencast.

Hopefully I will get the chance to test Screencast when a new version is 

The following are not the best to use but you can use another third party 

Replay Player but if you are determined it can be used but you have WMP 11 and 
Winamp, Real Player.

Freecorder Toolbar as it requires the mouse cursor.  

Read my blog and listen to the mp3 tutorials if needed.

If I left out a product let me know.

If you have good computer skills the products I mention above that work do 
indeed do work.

There is some overlap. 

You can use Replay AV 8 to record the AT&T music audio you mentioned there. Use 
the audio output method. The audio method output will record the sound output 
that you hear through your speakers minus the screen reader speech. With the 
new Applian audio driver it will record only the music source and not the 
screen reader speech which is awesome. This allows you to use your computer for 
other tasks while it records.


--- On Sat, 5/31/08, rs_denis <rs_denis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> From: rs_denis <rs_denis@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: [blindreplay] the replay product line
> To: blindreplay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
> Date: Saturday, May 31, 2008, 9:49 AM
> It would be useful if someone from aplian would discuss the
> differences 
> between the various replay products clearly delineating the
> comparative 
> strengths of the various module that would comprise the
> total replay suite. 
> When is one component better than another, what limitations
> does one 
> product have that are better met by another, and for a
> bonus, which have 
> proved to be most accessible and which are still somewhat
> problematic.  I 
> know I started with replay-radio and now have RAV.  Now
> there are a half 
> dozen or so other programs which serve various purposes. 
> Some seem to be 
> specifically designed for video.  One question is, can the
> older products 
> extract and record the audio from a video offering?
> For another example, AT&T offers a "radio"
> link which plays music from some 
> service or other (I think webtunes.)  Anyway, I'm
> assuming these have DRMs 
> though don't really know.  Could one product or another
> capture just the 
> sound from this service?
> In short, I understand that there are products that help in
> capturing from 
> XM and Sirius.  On the other hand, more than one product
> claims to handle 
> these services.  How does the recording and playback
> differ?
> None of this is going to affect my immediate listening and
> recording life. 
> My interest, though, is in having a clearer notion of which
> products do what 
> best for us.  I have read the main aplian pages butt
> don't feel I have a 
> full grasp of the virtues of each product.   Anyone who has
> bought the whole 
> suite can probably experiment to see which components most
> fit their needs. 
> Anyone here done that and if so, which components do you
> use most, which do 
> you not use much or not at all?
> Ron Denis 
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