Originally Posted by two fingers
I have heard that Windows Media Player will do it. But I haven't confirmed that.
Really? Windows Media Player?!
Ok, after reading this (being a PC user) I just had to check and sure enough, it DOES!
Here's a pic of the dialog box:
Following is a brief explanation of the Windows 7 version. For any other Windows version, Google "Windows Media Player change playback speed".
You get to this dialog box by:
- Play a file, and then switch to Now Playing mode.
If you’re in the Player Library, click the Switch to Now Playing button Picture of the Switch to Now Playing button in the lower-right corner of the Player.
- Right-click an open space in the Player (such as to the left of the Stop button) , point to Enhancements, and then click Play speed settings.
- Move the Play Speed slider to the speed at which you want to play the file, or click the Slow, Normal, or Fast links.
To select speeds between the labeled play speeds, in the Play speed settings dialog box, clear the Snap slider to common speeds check box.
- To hide the settings, click the Close button Picture of the Enhancements Close button in the Play speed settings dialog box.
And, it works!
Thanks for the heads up on this, two fingers... very useful!
Allen (very embarrassed to admit how long I've been using Windows and didn't know about this)