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That's a great idea! thank you very much
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I was wondering if there is any such program or media player for speeding up and slowing down non streaming videos?:sorry:
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I was wondering if there is any such program or media player for speeding up and slowing down non streaming videos?:sorry:
VLC player can do that and so can powerdvd.
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I was wondering if there is any such program or media player for speeding up and slowing down non streaming videos?:sorry:
so can gom player...and for free..
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