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    Default Furiously Forward is far better than the old Slo-Mo option

    LATEST enhancement in progress..... in beta
    The furiously forward option... is Far better than the old Slo-Mo option...
    The old way played a very short segment then paused for a bit then another segment and a pause....
    The furious forward starts (at 10.001 sec) and plays a short segment of 1/25 sec or so..
    then moves the start point ahead by 1/1000 sec to (10.002) playing most of the 1/25 segment again... over and over...
    slowing the progress and highlighting the same segment beautifully ...
    A great way to show off extremely faint videos....
    Way better.. and an important breakthrough in video playback..
    Yup the best Search Ever
    Is it uncut nature video or a fabrication? To edit or not.

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    If I understand what you're doing correctly the original image at 10.002 is identical to the image at 10.001 (and up to 10.045 if originally filmed at 25fps, 10.0166 if filmed at 60fps etc) so I don't see what this achieves.
    Tim

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    Default Can't control the start point but the end is easy

    Quote Originally Posted by TimStannard View Post
    If I understand what you're doing correctly the original image at 10.002 is identical to the image at 10.001 (and up to 10.045 if originally filmed at 25fps, 10.0166 if filmed at 60fps etc) so I don't see what this achieves.

    I found it hard to get a very short segment to show where I wanted it.....
    If I started doing the start / pause too deep into the file.. It would be well past that spot if other things were running..
    SO ... I start the playback a second ahead of the spot at normal speed.... Then switched to pause / restart and that worked...

    By playing the same segment many times... the end spot changes.. guaranteed.
    Seeing something multiple times is just better...
    Is it uncut nature video or a fabrication? To edit or not.

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