[LAU] controlling time stretch in VLC

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Date: Monday, January 21, 2013 - 8:50 pm

Do you know if it's possible to have a better control of time stretching
in VLC?
I know that I can use - and + to change the speed, but I cannot control
the _amount_ of speed.
Do you know if it's possible?

Actually, I'm a happy user of Stretchplayer, which allows to set the
speed at a specific percentage.
But Stretchplayer runs only on Linux and I want to recommend a similar
software to some friends who use Windows. VLC is the first option, since
it's Free.
Otherwise, I know that there is Transcribe (closed source).

Any advice appreciated
--
Federico
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[LAU] controlling time stretch in VLC, Federico Bruni, (Mon Jan 21, 8:50 pm)
Re: [LAU] controlling time stretch in VLC, Lorenzo Sutton, (Mon Jan 21, 9:39 pm)
Re: [LAU] controlling time stretch in VLC, Federico Bruni, (Mon Jan 21, 9:47 pm)