Here’s the second of this week’s videos. It’s my first video response to a viewer’s question! Are YOU that viewer? 🙂
In this video, I talk about the programs I use to record my screens for my Low Vision Assistive Tech videos. I use exactly the same types of software a sighted person would, apart from the addition of Apple’s built-in screen magnification accessibility feature once I get to editing on my Mac. 🙂 Of course, it takes me longer to edit than it would a fully sighted person, but I get there eventually! I do all my filming, screen capturing & video editing myself. No sighted people were harmed in the production of this blog or video! 😉
To date, this video is the most ambitious project I’ve undertaken thus far, as it includes multiple video sources overtop of primarily one audio source, plus a few extra bits of audio thrown in as a last minute addition. I have a whole new respect for people who edit complex video for a living, because this stuff takes a LONG time, even for sighted folks, so you can imagine how long it takes if you’re using screen magnification & only seeing part of the screen at a time!
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