[BCAB] Rewinding audio with windows media player
h.begum99 at btinternet.com
Thu Oct 3 04:53:39 BST 2019
thanks for telling me about the shift +left arrow, that's the thing i was
looking for. also do you know of any way to speed up wmp to say 1.75 of
normal speed, because at the moment even when i press ctrlshft G it still
sounds sluggish. i usually have overdrive going at 1.75 x but all the recent
books from the RNIB are not available on overdrive, for those that are not
available on overdrive, i get the cds and use fs reader, unfortunately fs
reader 3 can't open some of the books that have been recently added such as
shadow of the fox, soul of the sword and holy sister, thus my questions
regarding windows media player.
From: David Bailes
Sent: Monday, September 30, 2019 11:56 AM
Subject: Re: [BCAB] Rewinding audio with windows media player
just to add to what Vic has already said about tabbing to the seek slider
and using the left/right arrow keys.
The amount the arrow keys jump in not a fixed number of seconds, but a
fraction of the length of the track. In addition, you can use modifier keys
to change that fraction.
1. The left and right arrow keys jump by a twentieth of the length of the
2. Shift + left and right arrow keys jump by one four hundredth of the
length of the track.
3. Ctrl + left and right arrow keys jump by one fifth of the length of the
is there a way to rewind audio on windows media player say by 30
second intervals or so? as the control shift B goes back to the
previous part which is too much.
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