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Trying to play a DVD at 2x speed with sound

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  1. Barkers36

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    Hello! I didn't know if it was possible or not, but I've looked everywhere online I feel like.

    I have an ONN DVD player as well as an Xbox 360, and I can play DVD's at 2x speed without sound, bur I'm trying to play them with sound.

    Any help or suggestions would be much appreciated!
     
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    But wouldn't the sound also be 2x faster ? If so would you still like to hear it ?
     
  3. Barkers36

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    Yes! That would be perfect! Sorry for replying late.
     
  4. Oddba11

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    I've not seen a hardware player that will play audio when in search mode. A few software (ie: computer) based players will, depending on the audio type, and only at low speeds.
     
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    If you play a DVD on a computer, VLC will play it faster with sound.
    See here:
    https://www.vlchelp.com/controlling-playback-speed-vlc-media-player/
    click on faster will add the speed by 0.50x
    I also tested by repeatedly pressing the ] key and the speed jumped by .1 each time until I had it up to 2 x faster than the original with sound on every jump.


    On my soundalone DVD player, speed increase removes the sound.
     
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