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Windows Movie Maker tutorials, this video is showing a tutorial how to change the film speed.
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Okay, this is Window’s Media Player on Windows XP. Let say you have a video and you want to play it so basically it’s in normal speed. I jut forward it for you. Okay, so you have here some setting in which you can control the speed of you video or of you audio so I'll try to video first. So the thing that I shown you is the normal speed now we go to fast, you go to play, go to play speed and then fast and play. And this is the slow tempo or speed.
Well, as you can hear the pitch of the voice is in change so that means we don’t really get the chipmunk or the monster version of the song, but anyway it’s really cool that you can control such setting with Window’s Media Player. If you use Window’s Movie Maker if I had done a video about that you can actually make a chipmunk version or a monster version of you video or you audio.
So let's try an audio, so let’s just go to my Media Library. Let's try recent song. So it’s the normal speed, you go to play, play speed, fast. And this is slow. So basically it’s just controlling your speed using Window’s Media Player without changing the pitch of the voices in such media.
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