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El 09-Dec-15 a las 18:41, David Moore
I have not figured out a work around for the num pad plus
and num pad minus. For now, just slowing down or speeding up
the speech will have to be put on hold if you do not have a
numpad. I use a laptop and have one. However, do you have a
FN key? Sometimes, if you hold that down, you can press keys
on the alpha numeric keyboard to simulate the num pad. Tell
me what you can find out. Have a great one. That is all you
need the numpad for is to slow or speed up the speech.
Sent: Wednesday, December 9, 2015 6:14 PM
Subject: Re: VLC
On a laptop without a numpad, what keys would
My name is David
Moore, and I use VLC media player exclusively.
It can play all files of audio, and stream
video, and play DVDs and Blue Rays. VLC has many
key commands that can be used to control what
you are doing. Since VLC is open source, There
are always add-ons coming out that can make VLC
much more accessible each week. Just a few of
the commands are holding down shift and pressing
right and left arrow fast forwards or rewinds by
a tiny amount. Holding down ctrl and doing the
same thing, forwards and rewinds a bit more.
Also, Ctrl + up and down arrow increases and
decreases the volume. Num pad plus, speeds up
the speech, and num pad minus slows down the
speech. It is the best media player out there by
far and the most versitile. It plays DVDs so
well and it is so easy to play them with VLC.
Please ask me any questions. Have a great one.
December 9, 2015 5:40 PM
Uh, to give a
little more info, vlc is an audio—I think
it’s also a video—player similar to winamp
or windows media player.
Wednesday, December 09, 2015 4:35 PM
VLC is a
open source media player
Jim and all members of this list.
My name is Elise Berkley and I am
new to the list. Jim, or anyone,
can you explain what VLC is? I
have never heard of this program,
and I like to know everything â€“
laugh, laugh!! Thanks.
imitate art; it imitates bad television.