Rockbox mail archiveSubject: Re: variable speed
Re: variable speed
From: David McIntyre <plughie_at_gmail.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Jul 2006 11:29:35 -0700
The iPod pitch shifting for audio books sounds terrible to my ears. The
acceleration sounds like they're removing slices of sound from the audio
stream instead of smoothly compressing the time. I hope Rockbox does better.
I haven't used it since my Archos FMR got too broken to use as a portable
On 7/25/06, 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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