mplayer -af scaletempo

mplayer -af scaletempo -speed 1.5 file.avi
Pitch-correct play speed with mplayer. You can also use [] and {} keys to change play speed on-the-fly.

2009-05-24 08:06:28

What Others Think

Very kewl, but how do you get this audiofilter? Couldn't find audio filter 'scaletempo' [libaf] Couldn't create or open audio filter 'scaletempo' Error at audio filter chain pre-init!
wishi · 660 weeks and 3 days ago
It seems that scaletempo appeared in mplayer version > 1.0rc2 , mplayer-svn definetely has it. I don't have such problem on gentoo, though.
elementa13 · 660 weeks and 3 days ago
Jepp.... super for all this overlong podcasts ;)!!
wishi · 660 weeks and 2 days ago
The scaletempoo is appearing in the MPlayers that is why it is happening. Whenever you record your Podcast then must best dissertation writing services reviews check it before recording, this will help out you to avoid any inconvenience.
jixofowow · 64 weeks and 6 days ago

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Any thoughts on this command? Does it work on your machine? Can you do the same thing with only 14 characters?

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