[Athen] Question: Best ways to record a screen reader voice?
lsnider at gmail.com
Tue Feb 11 10:33:43 PST 2020
I would second Zoom, and also I use ScreenOMatic. Very inexpensive and very
easy to use, plus it is really easy to edit videos (I find Zoom's new edit
interface is extremely hard to use and I have good mobility in my hands). I
record screen reader demos with it all the time.
On Tue, Feb 11, 2020 at 2:11 PM Hunziker, Dawn A - (hunziker) <
hunziker at email.arizona.edu> wrote:
> Hi Debbie,
> I really like Zoom for this purpose. I’ve been creating videos for
> developers to show them how their page/application interacts with a screen
> reader. I share my screen and choose to also share the computer audio (a
> little check box at the bottom of the share screen) and then record the
> session. Audio and video both come through very clear.
> Dawn Hunziker
> IT Accessibility Consultant, Sr. | Disability Resources
> The University of Arizona | hunziker at arizona.edu
> drc.arizona.edu | itaccessibility.arizona.edu
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> behalf of Debbie Krahmer <dkrahmer at colgate.edu>
> *Sent:* Tuesday, February 11, 2020 11:06 AM
> *To:* Access Technology Higher Education Network
> *Subject:* [Athen] Question: Best ways to record a screen reader voice?
> Hi all,
> I'm hoping someone can help me out with this situation. I'd like to do
> more targeted sessions with faculty and staff at my university around
> improving accessibility of websites. The issue is that I can't always work
> in my own environment with my desktop, and it's difficult to ensure that a
> screen reader is installed and functioning on someone else's
> computer/laptop. I've even tried NVDA-on-a-stick with my profile, but I've
> had it fail, depending on the windows version of the laptop/computer I'm
> trying to run it on.
> It would be easier if I could just record the audio (at a good quality
> without the ambient office noise) of my trying to use a website and share
> that with colleagues. I can do this for document remediation by using
> Speechify or Natural Reader, but not for websites.
> Is there a good way to record the audio of the screen reader as I try to
> navigate through a website?
> Debbie Krahmer
> Preferred Pronouns: D/no pronouns
> Associate Professor in the Libraries
> Accessible Technology & Government Documents Librarian
> 304 Case-Geyer
> Colgate University
> dkrahmer at colgate.edu
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