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MPlayer does do it, but...
Authored by: allanBook on Jun 16, '05 10:20:15AM

Both mplayer and vlc do allow skipping ahead and backwards in those increments, but vlc locks and crashes so much for me and I can't stand how mplayer starts off at max volume whenever I drag and drop a movie file to open it :-(.

I was hoping for a more quicktime-native solution, seeing as how I paid for the pro license and was hoping there was some undocumented kb shortcut scheme to achieve the same.

I do appreciate how qt pro allows one to play video files at different speeds, but I hate having to open a menu and click-dragging with a mouse in order to do it.

Oh well, maybe in QT8 (or if I can get cellulo to run under 10.4.1).

Thanks anyway ^_^.

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MPlayer does do it, but...
Authored by: swedentom on Jun 16, '05 12:23:59PM