Rockbox mail archiveSubject: variable speed
From: fatcat <fatcatbigshot_at_gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 19:15:45 -0500
that's great news. some follow up questions
as I understand on the ipod these features only work on .m4b files. m4b can be downloaded as audiobooks in itunes or one can allow these features on any m4a file by changing the extension to m4b
in rockbox are these features dependent on m4b extension or do they work on m4a files? will they work on audiobooks in mp3 format?
- it appears from the manual that bookmarking is done manually and no bookmark is ever placed automatically -- is that true?
Lastly, are these features unique to the ipod port of rockbox or are they on all versions?
>Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 09:38:50 +1000
>From: "Will Robertson" <aliask_at_gmail.com>
>Subject: Re: variable speed
>To: Rockbox <rockbox_at_cool.haxx.se>
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>Both of these features have been created in rockbox.
>Variable speed is called "pitch adjustment" in rockbox - take a look in the
>manual to see how it works.
>The bookmarking feature is called just that - bookmarking. There are a few
>settings you need to set first. You need to enable "bookmark on stop", and
>so rockbox will create a bookmark for the file you are listening to so that
>you can resume it where you left off by accessing the bookmark in the
>"bookmarks" menu item.
>On 7/26/06, fatcat <fatcatbigshot_at_gmail.com> wrote:
>> the ipod nano has audiobook features like automatic bookmarking and
>> variable speed playback. These work on any file with an .m4b extension.
>> Are these features available in rockbox or disabled because it is a
>> different OS? When stopping in the middle of a file, does rockbox always
>> begin playing at the beginning or is there a bookmark feature? Does rockbox
>> have any variable speed feature so one can listen to an audiobook slightly
>> faster or slower?
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