Replay Media Catcher 188.8.131.52
Will refer as RMC6
Using the list view (files list) & invoking the context menu list for a particular file in the list view
Windows 7 Pro 64 bit
When using NVDA the list view will not display your files you have captured unless you have two or more files via captures or recordings.
JAWS does not have this behavior.
Solutions are to use,
alt+i which is the import keyboard shortcut to import two not so important files into the list view contents area.
After you have done your very first capture you will notice three new buttons immediately after the list view control and they are,
Show in Folder
Choose the show in folder button with spacebar and this will open your Windows Explorer / Files Explorer default storage location. This is your hard drive location where your files are stored currently. This was set by the Applian developer.
So make sure you have two or more files in the RMC6 list view.
If you do not then you'll have to use the show in folder steps above or NVDA object navigation insert+numpad1 then insert+numpad6.
NVDA calls this list view as (List) without the parentheses once you have landed on it via tabbing around.
When you have two or more files in the rMC6 list view you can use first letter navigation and your up or down arrow keys.
Have focus on a file that is in the list view.
Verify with insert+numpad5.
Doing a right click or shift+F10 or context menu on the file we currently have focus on and wanting to make changes to this file or other files is not possible unless you do the steps shown below or uses the valuable keyboard hotkeys like,
ctrl+m which will convert your non MP3 file to MP3.
Say in the very first capture you make the file in the list view is MP4 or FLv and you want it to be in MP3.
Place focus on this non MP3 file and press ctrl+m and you will get your file in MP3 format.
Also, you can use ctrl+c which will use your global conversion setting you have set.
This global setting is not limited to the MP3 format.
If you want all your captures to be globally converted to MP3 while capturing then read my text tutorial about the No Conversion Settings control button which shows you how to set it to MP3 and at a specific bit rate.
Now to using the context menu keyboard key while you have focus on a file in the RMC6 list view to view the context menu list of available options. Tip is to use the keyboard shortcuts shown below instead for fatger results.
NVDA does not show the context menu list correctly currently so do the step shown below,
The List View Information
This only applies when only one file is in the list view.
Tab until you hear NVDA says list.
You have focus on the list view (files list view).
NVDA will not tell you the name of this file but you will notice a properties, play and show in folder button.
This tells you there is a file in the RMC6 list view.
So locate the list view by using the tab key until you hear NVDA say list and stop tabbing.
Insert+tab will reveal the focused control.
To find the hidden file do,
insert+numpad 7 then again
insert+numpad 7 for no review
Press insert+numpad1 for object navigation,
You will hear NVDA say graphics. This is most likely the icon image for the file in your list view.
Press insert+numpad6 again and you will hear the file name.
Press insert+numpad /
Press context menu key, or shift+F10.
NVDA will say Menu.
Press insert+numpad /
NVDA will say Menu
Press insert+numpad *
Press insert numpad4 or insert+numpad 6 to hear the context menu list of options,
save to MP3
Import in WMP
Show In Folder
Since we are working on just one file and only one file is currently in the list view press the option you want like save to MP3 with insert+numpad / then numpad /.
I strongly recommend you add two or more files in the RMC6 list view so you will not have to deal with the above steps but instead do the steps shown below.
The above have keyboard shortcuts that you can use.
Just make sure you have two or more files in your list view to make it easier for you.
Read beginning of this article to find out how.
You can capture two sources is one way to do this.
List View Now has two or more files Information
The below only apply when the RmC6 list view has two or mor files
The list view function correctly.
Use up or down arrow keys to find your file.
Use first letter navigation.
Place focus on a file within the RMC6 list view,
Use the keyboard shortcuts that apply for list view content shown below.
Note the shortcuts are not all for the list view so only use those that apply.
ctrl+c if you have set global conversion setting already.
I have not tested all of these.
Alt + X = Start or Stop Auto mode Stream Downloading
Alt + R = Start or Stop audio recording
Alt + S = Split audio recording
The above work.
Escape = Cancel selected download
Del = Delete selected recording(s) from computer
F2 = Rename selected download/recording.
Ctrl + R = Remove selected file(s) from the file listing, but don't delete from computer
Enter = Play selected download/recording
Ctrl + C = Converted selected files to format specified in global conversion settings
The one below works,
Ctrl + M = Converted selected files to MP3
Not sure about these,
Add = Combine multiple selected files
Ctrl + F = Fix FLV
F5 = Restart download (only possible for some download streams)
Ctrl + I = Import selected recording(s) into iTunes library
Ctrl + W = Import selected recording(s) into Windows Media Player library
Ctrl + O = Show selected file in Windows File Explorer
Alt + A = Show the album artwork in the Properties Window
Alt + L = Show the song lyrics in the Properties Window
Alt + T = Lookup ID3 tags (artist, song, album, etc) for selected song(s)
Alt + Enter = Open the download/recording properties window
The below do work,
Alt + I = Open file browser to Import songs into Replay Media Catcher 6
F1 = Open web browser to the Replay Media Catcher support page
Alt + F4 = Quit
Ctrl + L = Place cursor in the URL bar
Not sure abot the below,
Ctrl + S = Open Settings tab does work with JAWS.
The below do work in most instances
Ctrl + tab = Next tab
Ctrl + shift + tab = Previous tab
The below works,
Ctrl + v = With the file listing selected, the paste command can be used to import media files from the clipboard. Additionally, if you have copied multiple URLs from a text file, those can be queued for downloading.