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  1. Hello. Is there any way to make the increment larger for when selecting to play a video faster? For example when selecting playing faster instead of going from 1x to 1.1x to go to 2x then 3x and so on? Thanks.
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    There's no simple way as the step increment is hard coded. However, it is possible if you're confident using a Hex Editor. I tested it and it works fine. Obviously the offset differs between player versions.
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  3. So after a certain update which says
    "Added a function at program startup to determine whether the PotPlayer.dll is touched or not"
    it's not possible anymore to used an edited potplayer.dll file. How can I get around this?
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  4. Originally Posted by hemstock View Post
    Hello. Is there any way to make the increment larger for when selecting to play a video faster? For example when selecting playing faster instead of going from 1x to 1.1x to go to 2x then 3x and so on? Thanks.
    Isn't it this one what you're looking for?: 'Preferences' - 'Playback' - jump to the right hand side window - 'Audio speed control' (select from 'High quality time stretching', Echo-less time stretching (Recommended) or 'Pitch shifting') and you set the value after some Korean text to '1'. (English translation seems to be incomplete). Default value is set to '0.1' .

    P.S. You might need to update PP to the newest beta (I use 1.6.55997 Beta at the moment). I don't remember, if the stable version (1.6.55390 at the time of writing this post) has this setting.
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  5. Awesome didn't know they had it in the betas. Thank you
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