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  1. hun
    April 29, 2009 • 3:42 pm

    hey, i know how to do this now, but how could i save it permanently like that.

    • FMG
      November 22, 2010 • 1:49 pm

      Did you ever find the answer to your question? I have the same question. I want it to permanently work in fast forward at a slower speed than it comes set to, so that I can still understand it when it fast forwards. When setting up a foot pedal for controls, it needs a permanent setting.

  2. kamran
    July 26, 2010 • 2:37 am

    I found your guideline very useful.

  3. paul
    October 11, 2010 • 11:20 am

    simple and works, thanks

  4. dave
    July 17, 2011 • 9:17 pm

    Only works for WMV video; doesn’t work for mkv or mp4.

    Works for MP3.

  5. Mary
    September 5, 2011 • 7:59 pm

    WMP does that with the chipmunk effect! I prefer specialized software that alters tempo without affecting the pitch, such as this audio book player for Windows:
    I also love its sleep timer ability.

  6. Mark Didj
    December 4, 2011 • 11:39 am

    That’s why my guitar no longer works then. (
    I was relying on the rate change in WMP to change the pitch, meening I only had to load 6 sounds and use a difficult mathematical equation to create the chords, which I created. Now it seems the only way I can get it to work again is to record every note individually. More bandwidth and storage needed :(

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