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lee
Hi All,

Is it possible to slow down the lesson videos?

Thanks smile.gif
jafomatic
http://www.guitarmasterclass.net/Why_signup.htm
lee
QUOTE (jafomatic @ Sep 29 2009, 10:04 PM) *



Thanks jafomatic,but how do I slow down the videos?
Bogdan Radovic
There is no function for slowing down videos. But there are slow video parts for each part of the lesson. If they are not slow enough you could use guitar pro tab and slow down the tempo there even further.
Wabba
QUOTE (lee @ Sep 30 2009, 01:13 PM) *
Thanks jafomatic,but how do I slow down the videos?


Perhaps he misunderstood your question. I don't think that there's a way to slow down the videos, except by downloading them from youtube and then using some porgram to slow it down. Dunno, haven't really ever tried, but this could be a good feature. smile.gif
lee
QUOTE (Bogdan Radovic @ Sep 30 2009, 06:34 AM) *
There is no function for slowing down videos. But there are slow video parts for each part of the lesson. If they are not slow enough you could use guitar pro tab and slow down the tempo there even further.



Thanks Bogdan

QUOTE (Wabba @ Sep 30 2009, 06:35 AM) *
Perhaps he misunderstood your question. I don't think that there's a way to slow down the videos, except by downloading them from youtube and then using some porgram to slow it down. Dunno, haven't really ever tried, but this could be a good feature. smile.gif



Thanks Wabba
jafomatic
Signing up would be the way to slow down the videos. Only the first video (usually) is at full tempo. All the other numbered boxes beneath it are slower and require the paid video subscription.
Wabba
QUOTE (jafomatic @ Sep 30 2009, 02:07 PM) *
Signing up would be the way to slow down the videos. Only the first video (usually) is at full tempo. All the other numbered boxes beneath it are slower and require the paid video subscription.


But in order to register to the forums, one must be a paid member, right? Perhaps he ment, how he can slow the videos down even more, if the slowed-down lesson part wasn't slow enough. Maybe tongue.gif
jafomatic
QUOTE (Wabba @ Sep 30 2009, 08:13 AM) *
But in order to register to the forums, one must be a paid member, right?


Forum registration doesn't expire even if the video subscription does.
Wabba
QUOTE (jafomatic @ Sep 30 2009, 02:23 PM) *
Forum registration doesn't expire even if the video subscription does.


But if he has once registered, he knows the stuff wink.gif
lee
QUOTE (Wabba @ Sep 30 2009, 07:13 AM) *
But in order to register to the forums, one must be a paid member, right? Perhaps he ment, how he can slow the videos down even more, if the slowed-down lesson part wasn't slow enough. Maybe tongue.gif


I am a paying member. I just wanted to slow down the videos even more.

Thanks Wabba smile.gif

QUOTE (jafomatic @ Sep 30 2009, 07:07 AM) *
Signing up would be the way to slow down the videos. Only the first video (usually) is at full tempo. All the other numbered boxes beneath it are slower and require the paid video subscription.



I have been a paying menber since January 2007.I just wanted to slow down the videos even more.
Most lessons are slow enough,but some are not.


Thanks jafomatic smile.gif
jafomatic
QUOTE (lee @ Sep 30 2009, 08:47 AM) *
I have been a paying menber since January 2007.I just wanted to slow down the videos even more.
Most lessons are slow enough,but some are not.


Then the next trick would be to use the looping points (little white triangles over the video's timeline) so that even at the not-quite-slow-enough speed you will be able to focus on a particular grouping of notes or a single phrase.

Beyond that, there are tools to slow down a video, but not when it is embedded in a flash player.

Good luck, sir! smile.gif
lee
QUOTE (jafomatic @ Sep 30 2009, 07:49 AM) *
Then the next trick would be to use the looping points (little white triangles over the video's timeline) so that even at the not-quite-slow-enough speed you will be able to focus on a particular grouping of notes or a single phrase.

Beyond that, there are tools to slow down a video, but not when it is embedded in a flash player.

Good luck, sir! smile.gif



Thanks
Muris Varajic
Yeah, there is no option to slow existing videos atm.

But Jafo has the point, looping function might help. smile.gif
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