Results for Windows Movie Maker
This is application is used to capture audio and video on the computer from a digital video camera. It is possible link and edit videos. It is possible to add titles, video transitions and other effects.
Accessibility Testing Results
Windows Movie Maker software does not need to be downloaded because it already exists if the Windows Operating system is installed. In addition, the interface and menus are easy to use because they are similar to Microsoft software interface. The accessibility is good and it is possible to navigate to most areas using a keyboard.
|16||Built in accessibility checks||The Windows sticky keys, toggle keys and mouse keys are possible to use, and all the menus have shortcut keys.|
|17||Application works with External Assistive Technologies||The main menus in the program work well with assistive technologies, but there are some issues when it comes to manipulating videos when using a screen reader, although clips and features are read out.|
|18||Text or other alternatives for image elements.||It is possible to tag all items and add text descriptions.|
|19||Keyboard / Alternative input with focus||Keyboard accessibility is good for the main actions but the screen reader NVDA could not read some of the menu items.|
|20||Labels for objects, fields or controls||Some labels appear to be missing when navigating with a screen reader but the majority are in place.|
|21||Audio alerts have visual cues||Audio alerts respond to sound sentries.|
|22||Alternatives for Video / Animation||It is possible to add text and show captions within Windows Movie Maker and change the language of the captions. However, it is not possible to make the captions within the program.|
|23||Media events offer user control||Player controls have keyboard shortcuts and access via the menu. However, it is hard to work on the timeline with keyboard only access.|
|24||Textual Information for screen reader||Most content and menus can be heard by a screen reader user. Title text can be read if it is created in the application.|
|25||Keyboard shortcut keys offered||The keyboard shortcut keys list has good, clear instructions.|
|26||Save user preferences for style and zoom||It is possible to change font size and style as well as overall zoom.|
|27||Timed events can be altered||Not applicable|
|28||Change colours and contrast||The application responds to system colour changes but there are no colour options on the software application|
|29||Uniform and standardised presentation||The menus are easy to use and well laid out|
|30||Documentation||Good Instructions and readable help file|
The following table shows how well the product performs for people with disabilities, as listed in the Disabilities section.
Percentages do not indicate how much of a site is accessible. They indicate the average figure of test results relevant to each disability. Select a disability to see which tests are relevant to it.
|Deaf/Hard of Hearing||91%|
|Cognitive Learning Disabilities||89%|
|Specific Learning Differences (including Dyslexia)||86%|
|Blind and Severe Visual Impairments||82%|
|Partially Sighted and Visual Acuity||78%|