Solved Watching a rendered project at 2x speed

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Watching a rendered project at 2x speed was created by huskereurocat

Once I upload my rendered mp4 file to you tube I can watch the finished project at 2x speed, but not before. I was wondering if there is a feature in MSP that would allow me to watch the rendered video at 2x speed before I upload to YT. That takes a lot of time for a project that might be a 30 minute video, only to find out that you made a mistake in editing and you have to render & upload again.
Thoughts?
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25 Mar 2020 02:49 #1

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Replied by DoctorZen on topic Watching a rendered project at 2x speed

You can change the playback rate for the Vegas Preview Window.

In the bottom left hand corner, right-click in the tiny triangle and select 2
Everything will now play back at 2x speed.



Most Media Players outside of Vegas also support variable playback speeds.

VLC is a popular free media player.
www.videolan.org/vlc/index.html
Right-click playback bar and go to Playback/Speed/Faster



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25 Mar 2020 16:14 #2
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Replied by huskereurocat on topic Watching a rendered project at 2x speed

Thanks Derek. I was more primarily interested in viewing the finished project after rendering in a video player, so I installed the VLC option that you mentioned and it works flawlessly.

Thanks again!!

As an FYI, Windows Movie & TV nor Windows Media Player have the variable speed option, that I could find anyway.
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26 Mar 2020 05:58 #3

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Replied by kbosward on topic Watching a rendered project at 2x speed

huskereurocat wrote: As an FYI, Windows Movie & TV nor Windows Media Player have the variable speed option, that I could find anyway.

Windows Media Player does allow you to change the playback speed. Right-click in the window and you will find it under Enhancements > Play speed settings. However, I have not found any method to adjust the playback speed in the Movies (now Film) & TV app.

Ken.
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