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keirbear
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Post by keirbear » February 5th, 2017, 8:47 pm

Hi Phil
I just joined L-Vox yesterday and have been avidly watching your videos and sorting my Audacity bit n pieces out - Thanks for the great info !
Im really keen on getting Autohotkeys up n running, but it seems that the wikipage you have with the scripts has since this morning been discontinued! Rotters !
Do you have another way of making em available to us to copy and paste.?
Cheers
Keir

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Post by philchenevert » February 5th, 2017, 11:14 pm

keirbear wrote:Hi Phil
I just joined L-Vox yesterday and have been avidly watching your videos and sorting my Audacity bit n pieces out - Thanks for the great info !
Im really keen on getting Autohotkeys up n running, but it seems that the wikipage you have with the scripts has since this morning been discontinued! Rotters !
Do you have another way of making em available to us to copy and paste.?
Cheers
Keir
Oh dear! Something has gotten messed up, eh? I will check it out tomorrow (it's midnight here) and let you know. Thanks for the infor about the bad links or whatever. :thumbs: Meanwhile Image here is a Mardi Gras thingie to look at. Autohotkeys are awesome! and a big welcome!!!!1
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Post by StarFire » March 7th, 2017, 2:40 pm

Thank you for making these videos!

They where a big step up for me and really helped me a lot!
--Esther


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I read to escape reality."

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Post by philchenevert » March 7th, 2017, 9:52 pm

StarFire wrote:Thank you for making these videos!

They where a big step up for me and really helped me a lot!
Great to hear StarFire and a big welcome to LibriVox. If anything is still confusing just ask me and I'll explain it or make a video just for you. How 'bout that? :D
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StarFire
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Post by StarFire » March 7th, 2017, 10:01 pm

philchenevert wrote:
StarFire wrote:Thank you for making these videos!

They where a big step up for me and really helped me a lot!
Great to hear StarFire and a big welcome to LibriVox. If anything is still confusing just ask me and I'll explain it or make a video just for you. How 'bout that? :D
Thanks phil. i will be sure to do that!
--Esther


If you have a correction for me give it gently -- I'm young and I learn fast.

"I don't read books to get smart
I read to escape reality."

AK25
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Post by AK25 » April 15th, 2017, 3:53 pm

I am having an issue with my recording on audacity. My recording starts out low and then gets louder. I have Logitech 540 headset with microphone. I have disabled the audio enhancements on my computer. i have setup my audacity to the specs on the LibriVox wiki page. Please help me.

Thank you
Amie

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Post by tovarisch » April 15th, 2017, 5:10 pm

Kudos for looking those videos up! :thumbs:
Last edited by tovarisch on January 9th, 2018, 10:56 am, edited 1 time in total.

Sandy53
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Post by Sandy53 » January 9th, 2018, 10:20 am

Hi Phil - I joined Librivox last week and have been pouring over your wonderful tutorial videos. Thank you for those! I vacillate between "I can do this!" :clap: to feeling completely overwhelmed. :shock: I'd like to be a reader - but think I'll start with prooflistening. I know once it all clicks it'll be fine, it's just getting to the "clicks" stage! Thanks again.

-Sandy

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Post by philchenevert » January 9th, 2018, 11:44 am

An excellent choice Sandy. Proof Listening is needed and a good way to get the flow of things. have fun and ask lots of questions. It will all fall into place down the road apiece. :thumbs:
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