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It is recommended that when playing media, long press on a certain area of the screen or the entire screen area to trigger 2.0X speed or 3.0X speed, and release the finger to return to 1.0X speed

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On 9/16/2022 at 11:13 AM, SmileFlower said:

It is recommended that when playing media, long press on a certain area of the screen or the entire screen area to trigger 2.0X speed or 3.0X speed, and release the finger to return to 1.0X speed

Wow, this is a good idea. Why didn't I think of it before.

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Quite a cool idea, I like it. Handy quick way to speed thru those boring or long-winded scenes.

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Seems like that would be easy to accidentally trigger.

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4 hours ago, Luke said:

Seems like that would be easy to accidentally trigger.

Long press on the screen can trigger 2.0x/3.0x speed. Currently, most players and browsers support it, including Telegram's internal video player. This function is very convenient. I hope the development team can add it to skip some boring scenes more quickly without missing dialogue.

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On 10/2/2022 at 3:36 AM, Luke said:

Seems like that would be easy to accidentally trigger.

Reedit~~~

(Maybe the developers have seen it from other friends, and hope to update this feature in future versions, thank you~:D) 

 

Maybe users need to press the screen for a long time when they need to use this function;

If not, you can avoid triggering this function by locking the screen.

At present, more and more mobile video players can support "pressing and holding the screen" to flexibly realize double speed playback. I hope that Emby's player can also achieve this function.

I recorded a demo video of a similar function:

 

 

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