Thursday, December 19, 2013

Replay Radio 9 Installing Over Existing Version Tip

Have not tested Replay Radio here.
My experience only for the below.
If you decide to install this version over your existing version be aware that after the initial setup window screen that appears make sure you hear the words 'Upgrade' instead of 'Uninstall'. Use insert+b to read the 2nd Installation Window. I am not referring to the initial installation window. During my beta testing I would just listen to the first installation window but not press the tab key. i would however press insert+b to hear the whole window contents though. I just wanted to be sure I heard radio button for upgrade/update from version RR9... to RR9... and as I heard this I would press insert+tab to hear that the Next button was the active / focus button and would press my enter key on next. On the 2nd window I would make sure I would hear the word like Upgrade / Update and proceed on.

Replay Radio

Replay Radio

‎Today, ‎December ‎19, ‎2013, ‏‎4 hours ago | debbie
  • Fixed issue with RSS downloads not saving to correct download folder.
  • Fixed conversion folder not being initialised on schedule dialog.
  • Allow {M}{D}{Y}{H}{MI} time stamp shorthand in schedule titles.
  • Fixed accessibility issue with output folder menu on schedule dialog (previously couldn't tab to it)
  • Support short cut keys on message-box dialogs (Y for Yes, N for No on certain dialog boxes).
  • Fix import into itunes for some download types.
  • New calendar dropdown for schedule start date.

Monday, December 9, 2013

Replay Radio Lesson #4

Replay Radio 9
Lesson #4
Quickly adds a radio station from the media guide.
Scheduler recording tab sheet window.
Shows how to configure the start recording time setting.
Shows how to configure the date setting.
Shows how to enter the duration in minutes.
Watch out for the 1440 value that appears in the duration: field setting.
Choose Ok button to save this 2 minute test recording.
Shows the My Recordings list view.
Status is read as downloading.
When recording is done status is read back as complete.
Sound beep is heard when recording is over.
Plays back the recording.

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Replay Radio 9 Scheduler Window With JAWS 15

Installed JAWS 15 today. Replay Radio 9 scheduler window works much better with JAWS 15 screen reader when it comes to configuring the time and date settings.

Replay Radio Lesson #3

Replay Radio 9
Lesson #3
Adding A Radio Station Using The Radio Guide Button
The Radio Guide button activates the Media Guide Website
Adds a radio station via the +add link after doing a search.
Shows the Scheduler recording tab sheet configuration Window for the radio station that was added

Thursday, December 5, 2013

Replay Radio 9 Lesson #1

Replay Radio 9
Lesson #1
The User Interface Explained and Navigation
JAWS 14 and NVDA 2013.2
Using NVDA 2013.2 with Replay Radio 9
If the links are not working please contact me.

Wednesday, November 27, 2013

Replay Media Catcher 5 Settings & Main Interface

Replay Media Catcher 5
Read carefully.
We are talking about the settings Windows tabs here and not the main interface tabs that are on the main interface of Replay Media Catcher 5.
Opening the Settings Window Tabs Explained
One way to reach the settings Window tabs is to first press enter on the Library tab on the main interface of Replay Media Catcher 5.
After pressing enter on Library on main interface press alt+l to bring up the Library menu.
Choose settings in the list with your enter keyboard key.
The Settings Window opens.
To go to a Settings tab press your left or right arrow keys.
These are the main level tabs.
When you have focus on a settings tab like,
Just press your ENTER keyboard key on a settings tab first when you have focus and you will hear JAWS and NVDA pronounce checked to you.
When the screen reader says checked it means that the particular settings tab is active now and it can be configured. The property sheet for that tab can be configured.
The Library settings tab has no sub level tabs so you are good to go to configure it.
If you press enter on the Internet settings tab you will hear JAWS or NVDA pronounce 'checked' then if you do a insert+tab you will hear the screen reader say Internet checked. The Internet settings tab is active but when you press your tab keyboard key one time from where it said to you Internet checked you will hear Internet settings tab so press your right arrow key to hear the Internet sub level tabs. The Internet settings tab has sub level tabs like,
http adv
rtmp adv
and some other sub level tabs.
To activate one of these sub levels tabs you will need to press your enter keyboard key. The default active tab for the Internet settings tab is Monitor because you will hear both JAWS and NVDA say Monitor checked.
Note, I am not referring to the tab controls that are on the main interface of Replay Media Catcher 5 in the above steps.
If you are referring to Replay Media Catcher's 5 tab controls that appear on the main interface then this is what you can do.
To make one of the control tabs active on the main interface you must press your enter keyboard key on it. We are not talking about the Settings tabs here.
With JAWS you can find out which main interface control is active by pressing insert+t for the title bar.
The title bar will tell you the current tab control name.
With NVDA the title bar will not give you a clue but pressing your enter key on one of the main interface control like Library means it is the active control.
Once you have pressed your enter key on one of the main interface controls you can proceed by pressing your tab keyboard key to see its controls.
For example, if you pressed enter on the main interface Library control pressing your tab keyboard key repeatedly will reveal its controls. Some of them would be Download From the Internet and Click to start monitoring button plus No Conversion Settings.
The Guide main interface control is at best semi-accessible.
Please read the above information carefully. Practice first.

Sunday, November 24, 2013

Replay Radio Upgrade

From Applian,
Hi All -
Let me try to provide some clarity around the Replay Radio upgrade.
As an existing Applian customer you can upgrade to Replay Radio for $9.95 a year or $1.99 a month.  (For new customers the price is higher)
OR if you have purchased the Suite in the last six months (or upgraded your Suite in the last six months) you get a free year of Replay Radio - the year starts fro the date you purchased the Suite.
So purchasing the $19.95 Everything Upgrade for the Suite - would include a year of Replay Radio.  It's not separate.

Replay Music 6

Replay Music 6.0

‎Friday, ‎November ‎22, ‎2013, ‏‎2:48:35 PM | debbie
  • Can now record to M4a, WMA, OGG and FLAC
  • Can now tag M4a, WMA, OGG and FLAC
  • New user interface design and new program icon
  • Fixed a bug where the the Windows Media Player plugins were not being installed properly in Windows Media Player.
  • Tags can now be cleared when a user leaves a tag field blank in the Edit dialog box.
  • Now works better with Bitdefender.
  • Runs better in XP.
  • Now activates the track context menu in the track list when the track list has focus and the Application key or Enter key is pressed.
  • No longer exits when the ESC key is pressed.
  • Now correctly tabs over to all the main screen controls and activates the proper button control when the Enter key is pressed.
  • All column sorting keyboard shortcuts have been eliminated because they could interfere with other program keyboard shortcuts.
  • All controls in the Setting dialog box are now accessible with the tab key.
  • Minor bug fixes.

Saturday, November 23, 2013

Replay Music 6 Recording Tip

If for some reason RM6 isn't recording for you then adjust the splitting tab sheet properties where the slider bar is. The default is 10% - 500. I changed mine to 30% - 1500 choose ok button to save the new setting.

Friday, November 22, 2013

Replay Music 6 Live Now

New Customers: Install Replay Music, and record and tag 25 tracks FREE. Once you order, you can record and tag unlimited songs. Replay Music has a 30 day money back guarantee.

Thursday, November 21, 2013

Replay Radio 9 Audio Tutorials

Replay Radio 9 audio tutorials available. Replay Radio 9 works well with JAWS 14 and NVDA 2013.2.

The Media Guide

The Media Guide was frozen for Replay AV when we integrated the Guide into Replay Radio. That took place about 8 weeks ago. So, there will not be any updates to the Guide for Replay AV. The Media Guide though for Replay Radio will be dynamic and updated on a continuous basis.

Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Replay Radio Subscription Model

Replay Radio is now $2.95 per month or $29.95 per year.
At this time, the latest version of Replay Radio is only available on a renewable basis. There are 2 reasons for this. First, we are maintaining the Media Guides on a daily basis which is very resource intensive. More importantly, the new audio recording technology is licensed and we pay the fee on a subscription basis. We are making the purchase model of the program in line with how we expend for its maintenance. And, like all subscriptions, it can be canceled at any time when you no longer want to use the program.
A user asked,
is replay radio just a subscription bassed program now? or is it a full fledged program?
RR is just subscription based. There is no lifetime version currently.
also if i get replay radio will my replay av no longer work?
Both Replay Radio 9 and Replay AV will work simultaneously. They are independent programs.
or can i use both at the same time?
Ok, so basically replay radio is a subscription service now instead of a regular program?
If i were to get replay radio 9 would that make my replay av 8 not work any more?
No. See above.
also if it is a full program what is the regular cost?
or is it just a subscription cost that people pay now?
Petro asks,
Is their a recording limit/cap per month and then the user has to buy the subscription?
There is a recording limit in demo mode. Once someone purchases one of the subscription options, the demo limitations are removed. At which time, Replay Radio functions in full mode and will remain fully activated until one cancels their subscription.

Applian's RSS Feed on Replay Radio

Via YouTube,

Replay Music 6 & no applications key on a laptop, Use your ENTER keyboard key

If you have Replay Music 6 and are using a laptop with no applications keyboard key you can still do things in the tracks list view by using your ENTER keyboard key to bring up the context menu list of options like delete, play, edit tracks, import files and tag tracks. The developer will add shift+F10 hopefully soon. The ENTER key will work as a right click while in the tracks list view so you are covered if you have a laptop with no application keyboard key.

Replay Music 6 Blind JAWS 14 Audio Tutorials Zip File


Replay Radio

Replay Radio has replaced Replay AV 8 made by Applian Technologies.
Record your favorite internet radio station and more.
User Guide
Accessible with JAWS and NVDA 2013.2.
Read the Replay Radio user guide first. Links are above. If you use Windows 8 it is a must that you read the user guide about Windows 8 secure boot.

Replay Radio

User Guide

Replay Radio

Replay Radio is now available. This replaces Replay AV 8 made by applian Technologies.
This company believes in accessibility.
Want me to do a podcast let me know.
Allows you to record radio stations, radio shows and subscribe to podcasts via Replay Radio's media guide or you can manually add your own if you know the stream URL or RSS feed address via the add show button on main interface but the media guide provides the best settings for a user to record / download his source.
It has a streamlined interface. Menu bar and buttons on the main interface. Two list views called Schedule and My Recordings. All accessible with JAWS 14 and NVDA 2013.2.
Works with all operating systems.
If you use Windows 8 please read the Replay Radio user guide about secure boot.
Automatically Record your Favorite Radio Shows.
Listen on your PC, Phone or Tablet. Awesome!
Replay Radio 9
Best For: Scheduling Recordings of Radio Shows & Podcasts.
Get the Ultimate Recorder for Internet Radio Lovers
Record Thousands of Radio Shows & Stations.
Schedule Recordings.
Auto-Sync to iOS or Android Phones/Tablets.
Easy: Just Pick Shows or Stations from the Built-in Guide.
Record Multiple Shows Simultaneously.
Convert to Many Audio Formats.
Introducing Replay Radio, the best way to enjoy your favorite radio shows and stations. Replay Radio is the ultimate easy-to-use radio recorder. Just pick a show or station from the built-in guide, and Replay Radio schedules and automatically records the show for you. Then listen on-demand from your phone, tablet or PC. Awesome.
Simply find your favorite Radio Show in our Media Guide, packed with thousands of popular shows and stations. Click a button and Replay Radio adds the station, show times and days to your schedule. Just set it and forget it. You can add custom shows as well.
For mobile phones and tablets, Replay Radio supports DropBox, Google Drive or SkyDrive for syncing your recorded audio files.
Powerful Audio Recorder
Replay Radio uses advanced recording technology that enables recording from any radio station, regardless of format or audio source. Plus, it is the only product that can record multiple shows at the same time.
Replay Radio even supports Podcasts, using the same powerful scheduling and conversion features of the radio recorder.
User Guide

Monday, November 18, 2013

Replay Music 6 Audio Tutorials

Replay Music 6
JAWS 14 & NVDA 2013.2
Audio Tutorials
JAWS 14 with Replay Music 6
JAWS 14 With Replay Music 6
Settings Window, Output tab sheet and the record to: radio button.
How to change formats.
NVDA 2013.2 with Replay Music 6
NVDA 2013.2 with Replay Music 6
Settings Window, Output tab sheet and the record to: radio button.
How to change formats.


Sunday, November 17, 2013

Replay Media Catcher 5 testimonial

Works like a charm. It's saved me having to buy a new radio to do the recording. Thanks.

Replay Music 6 Sneak Preview

Replay Music 6 Sneak Preview
Will soon be released. Not available yet.
Audio Tutorial Recording showing Replay Music 6 with JAWS 14
Replay Music Website
Contact info,
Skype:  petrogia
Eastern Time USA
Audio Tutorial showing Replay Music 6 being used with JAWS 14,
The interface like the buttons, list view, settings window navigation, start recording session window, list view and the applications keyboard key, recording one song from a music stream, song identified by track number, title, artist, album, genre and time length, how to edit the song, how to tag track if not recognized, deleting the song from the list view.
Discount Promo Codes are below.
The Audio Tutorial can be found at,
Discount Promo Codes
SUITEBB - is still available until the end of the year.
It offers $15 off the Suite.
RARNBB - offers $4 off Replay Music.
I make no commission.
Thank you.

Friday, November 15, 2013

Replay Music 6 Coming Very Soon

Replay Music 6 will be released very soon. This program can be found at
Blind discount codes are,
RARNBB - offers $4 off Replay Music.
SUITEBB - is still available until the end of the year.
It offers $15 off the Suite.
I do not make a commission.
This program will record music sites that have silence between tracks and identify each track with track number, title, artist, album name and time lenght of track. It is very easy to use and accessible with JAWS 14 and NVDA 2013.2.
If you have one sound card you will need to do an insert+v when Replay Music 6 is running with JAWS 14 turn off the progress bar, screen echo.
I have an external USB sound card so its not an issue having to do the above.
You should always read its user guide.
This program will record in 5 different formats,
You can select bit rates for M4A, MP3, OGG and WMA. 128 to 320 kbps.
You can create an audio Cd using this program.
You can import files into its list view.
You can edit the track(s) title, artist and album.
You can play the track via the application keyboard key when focus is on a track on the list view by choosing play in the list or first finding the track in the list view and then tabbing over to the play button.
30 day money back guarantee. Try before you buy Replay Music 6.
Buy the suite as you will save a lot of money.
To talk about or get assistance with Applian's other products subscribe to the blindreplay list at,
Put subscribe in subject line.
Will do a podcast if needed. Email me with subject line: RM Podcasts
My Skype ID is,

Wednesday, November 6, 2013

Installing Version Updates for Replay Media Catcher 5 Helpful Tip

My experience only.
When installing over the top of an existing version of Replay Media Catcher 5
Make sure Replay Media Catcher 5 is not running. Check your taskbar tray and system tray to be safe.
Quick steps are
1st Installation Screen
Let your screen reader read the entire screen prompt.
1.Choose Next button - do not tab aroundNote: you can use insert+b if necessary and you will hear which radio button is enabled. It should be like install version # to version #
Now to the 2nd Installation Screen
2. JAWS will either say Upgrade / Update or Uninstall
If you hear Upgrade / Update you are all set and ready.
Press enter on next button to proceed.
If you hear Uninstall then you have told it to uninstall from the 1st Installation screen. Either choose back button or cancel.
If you choose the back button see if you can change the radio button to the first radio button that reads like install version # to version #.
If it doesn't work then choose cancel and re-run the .exe file from your hard drive again.
And do not tab around on the 1st installation screen but just press alt+n or to confirm press insert+tab to make sure the Next button is the active button and press Enter key.
Then you will hear the 2nd installation screen say Upgrade / Update instead of Uninstall.
Choose Next button to proceed to the 3rd installation screen.
Now to the 3rd Installation screen.
3. License Agreement Screen
Tab over to the I Agree button and press enter key. Shortcut key is alt+a
4. Installation process starts. Progress percentages are spoken.
Can use your tab keyboard key or insert+b to read the text prompt message.
Checkbox is available to run Replay Media Catcher.
Spacebar on checkbox to not run.
Finish button to complete.
Finish has shortcut alt+f

Replay Media Catcher 5 Upcoming release update & ALT keyboard key

Replay Media Catcher
Will make your ALT keyboard key press work correctly with the menu bars and when a chosen tab / module is active it will display the correct menu bar.
For example, when the
Library tab on main user interface is active - You make it active by pressing your ENTER keyboard key,
and when you, press your ALT keyboard key,
The menu bar for the Library tab displays correctly with,
File - Library - View - Help
For example, when the
Internet tab on main user interface is active - You make it active by pressing your ENTER keyboard key,
and when you, press your ALT keyboard key,
The menu bar for the Internet tab displays correctly with,
File - Internet - View - Help
For example, when the
Audio tab on main user interface is active - You make it active by pressing your ENTER keyboard key,
and when you, press your ALT keyboard key,
The menu bar for the Audio tab displays correctly with,
File - Audio - View - Help
For example, when the
History tab on main user interface is active - You make it active by pressing your ENTER keyboard key,
and when you, press your ALT keyboard key,
The menu bar for the History tab displays correctly with,
File - History - View - Help
For example, when the
Guide tab on main user interface is active - You make it active by pressing your ENTER keyboard key,
and when you, press your ALT keyboard key,
The menu bar for the Guide tab displays correctly with,
File - Guide - View - Help
For example, when the
Schedule tab on main user interface is active - You make it active by pressing your ENTER keyboard key,
and when you, press your ALT keyboard key,
The menu bar for the Schedule tab displays correctly with,
File - Schedule - View - Help
If you do not hear all the tabs / controls / modules on the main interface press alt+v for the view menu bar and add each
one manually with your enter keyboard key press.
If you examine each menu bar line shown above you will notice that the 2nd menu bar is dynamic. It changes dependind on which tab / module / control on the main user interface is active at the given time.
Keyboard Shortcuts
To make a tab / module / control active you must press your enter keyboard key on the main interface tab / module / control.
While the Library tab / module / control is active on main user interface
Press alt+l to access the Library Menu Bar
While the Internet tab / module / control is active on main user interface
Press alt+i to access the Internet Menu Bar
While the Audio tab / module / control is active on main user interface
Press alt+a to access the Audio Menu Bar
While the History tab / module / control is active on main user interface
Press alt+h to access the History Menu Bar
The above conflicts with the help menu bar so the shortcut may change in a new update.
While the Guide tab / module / control is active on main user interface
Press alt+g to access the Guide Menu Bar
While the Schedule tab / module / control is active on main user interface
Press alt+s to access the Schedule Menu Bar

Sunday, November 3, 2013

Replay Converter 4.40 Keyboard Shortcuts

The following shortcuts can be used in Replay Converter:

ALT + M = Minimize.
ALT + E = Exit.
ALT + T = About.
ALT + B = Target file browse.
ALT + D = Add file.
ALT + R = Remove file.
ALT + L = Clear file list.
ALT + S = Write to same folder.
ALT + N = Write to new folder.
ALT + A = Convert to Audio.
ALT + V = Convert to Video.
ALT + C = Start Conversion job.
ALT + O = Options.
ALT + H = Help.
ALT + X = Do not convert audio in video.
ALT + Y = Select Burn to CD/DVD check box.
ALT + P = Select Add DVD option.
Shift + Up Arrow = Move selected file up the list.
Shift + Down Arrow = Move selected file down the list.

Friday, November 1, 2013

Replay Media Catcher released released yesterday October 30.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Replay Music 5, Speech Gets Recorded

If your screen readers speech gets captured,
Try the audio driver.
Use a 2nd PC while Replay Music 5 is recording.
Buy a plug n play USB sound card. This is a list of known USB sound cards I was told will work.
USB Creative Sound Blastr Play! -this is the one I own.
Blind dealer A T Guys has a USB sound card at,
You get a USB extension cable. The dealer also describes to you the layout of the USB sound card which eliminates sighted assistance on the website.
This device has up and down volume controls too.
The key item is plug n play and no software is necessary.
Drivers install on their own.
From a mailing list,
The following is a list of some external usb sound cards. Of these, the Asus XONAR U7 and the Creative OMNI are probably the best. There are better units but they are also far more expensive.
ASUS Xonar U7 Compact 7.1 Channel USB Soundcard - Headphone Amplifier With 192kHz/24-bit HD Sound, Dolby Technologies, Dolby Home Theater V4 - USB approx $100
Creative Sound Blaster Play! - USB Sound Card approx $30 (if you can find one, probably available on E-bay these days)
Creative X-Fi Go Pro USB Sound Card - Black approx $70 (may be less on E-bay)
Creative Sound Blaster X-Fi Surround 5.1 Pro - THX TruStudio Pro, Dolby Digital Live - USB2.0 approx $80 (or less on E-bay)
Creative Sound Blaster Omni External Sound Card - 5.1 Channel, Built-In Dual Microphones With CrystalVoice Technology, Dolby Digital Live, Scout Mode - USB2.0 approx $90
Creative Sound Blaster Digital Music Premium HD - Black approx $130
You can use an external usb sound card with your laptop. Indeed, if you are using Jaws as your screen reader, it allows you to set up an ideal situation where Jaws, through its internal settings, can be made to use the laptop's internal sound card whilst the external sound card is set up as the default sound device to play your music, videos and the like. You would do it this way because the external sound device will have better sound quality than the internal sound device.
As I have indicated, if you are using Windows, you will have to go into the Windows control panel and set the external sound device as the default sound device.
When you plug the usb device in, depending on which one you buy, the driver will be downloaded from the internet or you will be prompted to insert the supplied CD. In most cases, unless you are determined to do something really tricky, you should be able to make any adjustments to the sound through the control panel.
I am not sure how you would send the screen reader to one device and your music etc to the external sound device if you are using Window-eyes, System Access or NVDA but I do not doubt that it is possible to do it with those programs.
Petro comments:
Can be set with NVDA 2013.2 screen reader via Preferences and Synth settings to tell NVDA which sound card to use.
With JAWS 14 you can go to JAWS with insert+j then press u then o for sound cards list.
One of the cards will have a check mark in the list.
To set the computer's default sound card settings you would go to Control Panel's Sounds & Hardware. In the Playback tab you will see a list of sound cards. You will see your USB Sound card in the list. To enable this USB Sound Card as the computer's default sound card you would arrow down to it in the list and tab over to 'set default' button and then to ok.
While for your screen reader's you will be using your internal sound card.
The USB sound card has a headphone output and microphone jack. Connect a headphone to the headphone output jack or connect a 1/8 inch cable to speaker system input jack. Some call this aux connection.

Replay Music 5 & Understanding Audio Drivers

Understanding Replay Music 5 & Audio Drivers
Some of the info shown below will be different per individual users.
The default input source setting in Replay Music is the "Windows Audio Driver".  Please try this one first.  The Windows Audio Driver will record all audio that goes to your speakers.   However, the one draw back with that is will not only record the audio that you want to record, but it will record other audio also if it is played through the speakers such as system sounds.  So, if JAWS is talking when for instance you are recording music, you will also hear JAWS talking while the music is playing which is something a user may not want to happen, so a user will have to make sure that JAWS is not talking while the music is recording.  The benefit of this option is that it should work for every recording source regardless of sound card.  Users that have an operating system greater than XP will see this option.
Petro Comments:
Use audio driver. See further below.
1. Use another computer.
2. Buy an external USB Sound Card
Will provide a list of USB Sound Cards I was told that work well and are plug 'n play, no software required.
For example, the USB Creative Play! works for Vista and Windows 7 and XP Pro SP(?). 64 bit operating systems. Not sure about 32 bit XP OS.
It seems that you have two sound cards on your computer that are able to make microphone recordings.  You can select either one of those options if you want to record from a microphone.
The "Audio Driver" option is able to make a recording from only one source.  So, Replay Music is able to lock on only the music that might be playing through your speakers.  You won't have to worry about JAWS being recorded or system sounds.  However, the draw back with this option is it isn't able to record from as many sources as the "Windows Audio Driver".

Blind Discount codes
I found that SUITEBB - is still available until the end of the year.
It offers $15 off the Suite.
RCATBB - Offers $10 off Replay Media Catcher -
RARNBB - offers $4 off Replay Music.

Replay Music 5, two sound cards, splitting a file into tracks

Replay Music 5. The splitting works ctrl+s when playing a file like the MP4 file you sent me via dropbox.
JAWS 14 screen reader
Using two sound cards so speech output did not get captured.
You run Replay Music 5.
Press ctrl+R for start recording.
Or choose start recording with spacebar only.
A dialog box appears.
Add the artist name, album and genre as jazz and choose ok.
Now do the next steps fresh. Do them at this point. Don't do the below steps and then run Replay Music 5.
Find the file on your hard drive that you want to split into tracks. Press enter to play it.
Or open Winamp and locate the file and play it.
alt+tab back to Replay Music.
Tab over to the list view and you will see the progress / capture.
When you hear silence press ctrl+s to split the track.
Soon you will see in the list view a new recording listed.
When next song is over press ctrl+s to split.
Repeat the process.
It named the first song with all the details in my testing.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Skype Telecorder Support, User Guide and Download

  Telecorder Download
  Choose Download button there.

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

Replay Telecorder for Skype Installed

Installed over the top of existing version of Replay Telecorder with no issues using JAWS 14 screen reader.

Replay Music 5.60 Released

Replay Music 5.60 released. Fixed an issue with Windows 8 when recording for a long period of time. You must uninstall your older version of Replay Music 5 first, then reboot your computer, then install the new 5.60 version.

Friday, October 4, 2013

Youtube audio silent?

Since there are reports about youtube audio being silent so if you use and the audio is not heard then do the steps below if you use JAWS. Sighted users have it easy as they see visually the up and down arrows for the volume control but we do not.

Go to your youtube video you want to hear.

Go to the top of the page and hit insert plus z. You should hear JAWS
announce off.

Now just keep tapping on the tab key until your on the mute button. Now
leave the tab key, and use the up arrow key to, hopefully, increase the volume.

When done press insert+z again.

Worked for me.


Wednesday, October 2, 2013

Replay Media Catcher 5

Replay Media Catcher
JAWS 14 Screen Reader
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
The most important modules/tabs are,
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 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
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.
The List view
Choose the Library module/tab.
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
Choose the Library module/tab.
Use your tab keyboard key and locate the 'Display List View' button and press your enter key.
Where is that List View on the Main Interface?
Locate the Library module/tab by pressing your TAB keyboard key multiple times on main UI and when you find the Library module/tab press shift+tab and you will land on the list view.
Settings and Conversions  Settings
Choose the Library module/tab on main interface.
Press alt+l.
The library menu has the
Conversions Settings
The settings and conversion settings tab sheets do not work with ctrl+tab but do not make any modifications with it. Keep it as is. It works great. The blind JAWS user will know to use his route JAWS to PC cursor command.
Then do a left mouse click with JAWS to press/activate the tab sheet tabs that he wants to configure.
Then he should go back to PC cursor mode with numpad +.
The route JAWS to PC Cursor keystroke is
Insert+Num Pad minus
Use your arrow keys to navigate the tab sheet text that you wants to configure or take a glance at.
For example, locate the Monitor, plug-ins, rtmp, http and the other tabs you have on one of the tab sheets in the Internet settings. Route JAWS to PC cursor with insert+numpad minus then use arrow keys to find the text 'plugins' and place focus on the letter 'p' on the text called plugins and do a JAWS left mouse click with keystroke Numpad / using the numeric keypad. this will activate/choose the plugins tab sheet properties. Go to PC mode with numpad +. So go ahead and press your tab key to configure the settings for plugins. To go to a different tab sheet repeat the steps above.
While on the main interface press enter on Library module/tab.
Press Insert+t for title bar.
It should say library in the title bar.
Press alt+l to bring up the library toolbar menu items.
Arrow down one time.
Settings item is heard. If not, then up arrow one time.
Press enter on settings.
The settings tab sheet properties appears.
You will land on one of the tab sheets. One of these will say tab checked. I don't know for you but one of these will say checked.
Use your right and left arrow keys to review the tabs mentioned below.
The tab sheets are
Library tab, Internet tab, Audio tab, History tab.
You may hear settings tab too but no problem.
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.
Try it.
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 next within this settings screen you would do a route JAWS to PC cursor command which is
insert+ numpad minus key
Then use arrow keys to find the test 'internet tab' and when you find it press your JAWS left mouse click which is numpad / on the numpad say on the letter 'I' on the text internet tab. You will hear JAWS say to you Internet tab checked.
Go back to PC cursor. Numpad +
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 tab sheets within it.
They are,
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
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 again. Route JAWS to PC cursor. Arrowing around. Find the tab you want and do aleft mouse click on it. Go back into PC Cursor mode. Then use your tab key to jump to the various settings within that tab sheet.
Start Monitoring
To start a capture of your media like a radio station stream do
Three methods
Press alt-s to start monitoring.
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 key on it.
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 list view on the main interface, minimize Replay Media Catcher or alt+tab to your browser like Internet Explorer.
For example, play a radio stream 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 on it.
Press alt+l for the Library toolbar and make sure display listview is
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.
Move To
Save to MP3
Show in folder
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.
If for some reason the file doesn't play then close Replay Media Catcher and run it again.
Play your recordings 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
On the main UI press enter on Library module/tab. Press your tab key a few times and locate the No Conversion type button / text. I believe this is the default wording when you first installed Replay Media Catcher.
This text No Conversion type is between the Output To: and the all recordings.
Locate The 'No Conversion Type' button.
Next press your down arrow key and you will hear the context menu with submenus,
Media Players
Game Consoles
Output Folder
Don't Convert
Import into iTunes
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.
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 too shown in this example.
You will have the original file and the converted file in both the list view and Windows Explorer.
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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
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
New Schedule menu item is under the Schedule menu which is displayed when
the Schedule tab/module is selected
No shortcut key as it does not work for me so press alt+f to go to the file
menu and then right arrow one time and you will find the schedule menu which
New - this is where you set timer style recording.
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 button on main UI.
Press alt+f for the file menu and press right arrow one time to access the
Schedule toolbar menu items.
The Schedule toolbar menu has the following
New - choose this to set a recording.
Run Now
To schedule a recording at a later time press on New in the list.
This will present the Schedule setup screen.
This screen has two tab sheets. They are General and Advanced.
The General tab is read to you by JAWS as General Checked so we are in the
General tab sheet properties.
Tab one time and you will find the
Name edit field box.
Tab and review this screen.
It has settings for
URL address
Capture: Combo Box Options are
Direct Download
Record from stream
Record audio output
Download: Combo box Options are
Youtube Channel
BBC episode
Tab key again and you will find the field to enter your starting time
While on this time setting press your left and right arrow key to examine
It has the hour first, minutes second and AM / PM.
JAWS reads it as combo box like 3:01 PM
You press your up and down arrow keys to change the time setting or even
type in a number when on the hour like 5 to make hour 5 and the same goes
for the minutes type in 33 and a for AM or P for PM so I will type P when I
am on the AM.
So it will say now 5:33 PM
To confirm all is right press insert+up arrow on numeric keypad.
Tab key one time and you are on the date combo box. Set the date.
Tab key one time and here is the duration in minutes combo box.
I chose 44. Will record for 44 minutes. The default was -1.
At complete: combo box
Options are
Click to stop monitoring
Tab key one time
TZ: this is your time zone setting. Set it.
Tab key one time
Mon through Sunday checkboxes
Tab key one time now
No Conversion Settings - Press your down arrow to access this. Here you will
most likely will use Formats submenu. If you know your recording will be already
.mp3 and that's all you want then leave this alone.
To access the Advanced tab sheet properties if ctrl+tab doesn't work you
will need to use
Route JAWS to PC Cursor
Find the text Advanced and JAWS left mouse click on it.
JAWS will read bac Advanced checked.
Press your PC cursor. Numpad +.
Edit fields within the Advanced tab sheet deal with ID 3 naming like artist
and album.
When done choose OK or Cancel.
To find your list of scheduled future recordings you must be in the Schedule
So on main UI of RMC 5 find the schedule module/tab and press enter key on
Then tab until you find the Scheduled listview contents. Here you will see
your list of scheduled recordings you have set for a future time period.
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 item 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 the Replay Media Catcher 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.
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.

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Applian FLV Player

Works with JAWS 14. Your FLV file will play in this player. Try these keystrokes. Some may not work.
FLV Player 2
SPACE - toggle play/pause
CTRL-. - zoom to 50%
CTRL-1 - zoom to 100%
CTRL-2 - zoom to 200%
CTRL-ENTER - toggle full screen mode
ESC - return from full screen mode
CTRL-O - open file…
CTRL-I - show info (meta data sheet)
CTRL-V - paste and play URL
CTRL-W - close window
LEFT-ARROW - jump 5 seconds backward
RIGHT-ARROW - jump 5 seconds forward (broken and being worked

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Replay Media Catcher 5

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