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Douglas Niedt  
#1 Posted : Thursday, June 8, 2023 9:38:44 AM(UTC)
Douglas Niedt

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I realize that most people use Instant Replay for sporting events where audio is not important or needed.
But I am a classical guitarist and use it (with vMix Call) to teach students. When the student makes an error, I can play back the spot, and they can see and hear the problem. It's great! But when I slow the playback speed, the pitch of the audio changes with it. For example, at 50% playback speed, the audio goes down one octave, which is harder for the student (and me) to hear details.

My request is to add code that will keep the audio at the original pitch regardless of the playback speed of the video. This is a common feature in programs like Transcribe from seventhstring.com, so the code is readily available. In fact, when I asked ChatGPT for a solution to the problem, it came up with a suggested library and code to use.
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