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Subject: Re: Speeding up on the nano

Re: Speeding up on the nano

From: Hamish Mackenzie <hamish_at_mackenzieoz.com>
Date: 2006-06-01

Hi Will

Spot on it worked a treat. Just one more small thing for anyone else with a nano. Once you have selected pitch you rotate the wheel either way to speed up or slow down and when you have it right just hit select again and it will keep that speed going. To return the speed to normal whilst in the pitch selection area hit the menu key at the top of the nano wheel .

HTH

Hamish

Email or MSN : hamish@mackenzieoz.com

Skype : mishu70
  ----- Original Message -----
  From: Will Robertson
  To: Rockbox
  Sent: Thursday, June 01, 2006 11:53 AM
  Subject: Re: Speeding up on the nano

  I don't know about the Nano, but on the H300s the pitch has been moved to the context menu for the while playing screen.
  To get there, hold down the select button for a couple of seconds and then go to "Pitch".
  Hope it works for you.

  On 6/1/06, Hamish Mackenzie <hamish@mackenzieoz.com> wrote:
    Hi All

    I am trying to get my head around how to speed up an mp3 file on the nano
    but cant quite figure it out as the keystroke sequence I am used to on the
    h340 cant be replicated on the nano due to a lack of a dedicated stop
    button. On my h340 i held down the play key and hit the up arrow then
    choose my speed with the up and down arrow till i was happy then i hit the
    stop key and it kept going at this speed. If i wanted to return to normal i
    could just hit the play key again and it would revert to normal speed. My
    question is how do i achieve this on the nano as there is no up and down
    arrow? I understand that moving my hand around the wheel achieves the same
    as up and down arrowing when raising volume but does this mean that i have
    to hold the play button down and then move around the wheel to activate this
    feature? Also with no dedicated stop button on the nano how do i then
    select the

    Cheers

    Hamish speed i want to use?
Received on Thu Jun 1 09:27:06 2006


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