How to Use Fast Video Playback to Save Hours of Time

Is Fast video playback your new secret weapon in the battle to save time?

Hi there,

I’m back with another helpful tip.

Attending webinars will kill your business, if you’re not careful…

Read on for a way to avoid this problem that won’t cost you a cent.

But first, let me explain exactly how this problem affects you…

Most of us are alike at the starting stages of our online business.

We have the same hangups, make the same mistakes, and fall into the same time-wasting traps.

For example, we attend a lot of webinars.

(If you’re not currently doing this, you probably will be soon.) :^)

Online presentations and webinars make learning easier and build your skills faster, but they’ll also chew up a lot of your precious time.

I’ll go out on a limb here…

I bet you already feel like you don’t have enough time for your life now, not to mention adding all that goes into building an online business on top of that.

That’s why today’s blog post is about a tool that’s going to save you buckets of time.

And it won’t cost you a penny!

It’s called VLC media player.

It’s free.

And it works on PCs, Macs, Android, and even on the Linux operating system.

What makes VLC truly special, though, is its ability to play your videos at high speed, without voice distortion so people don’t sound like talking mice.

When VLC changes the playback time, either by speeding it up or by slowing it down, it automatically adjusts pitch so voices sound practically normal.

It plays faster, but it’s not distorted. You comprehension doesn’t suffer.

Here’s a video that shows you exactly how easy it is to control your video playback speed using VLC:

 

 

You can get VLC here for any system on which you’d like to use it.

(I’ll be telling you more about the Linux operating system in future blog posts, if you’re interested.)

VLC can play just about any format you throw at it: music files, DVDs, CDs, and a whole lot of video formats — even ones that aren’t very common.

Your life too fast? Then go slow

You can use VLC to play back lectures, speeches, and webinars.

By speeded up the playback, you’ll literally save hours of time if you watch a lot of videos.

Surprisingly, with the pitch regulated, and faster playback by VLC, you actually comprehend better because you’re concentrating and your mind has less chance to wander.

Slow playback is another option offered by VLC media player.

Slow playback is especially handy if the video you’re watching is highly technical or it’s in a language other than your primary one.

Slow down a video that fits into these categories and improve your comprehension enormously.

In my next blog post, I’m going to show you two ways to download videos off the internet using any operating system–Windows, Mac, or Linux.

Now you’ll be able to play them back using VLC at whatever speed you want!