I've looked EVERYWHERE: watching LECTURES on a Mac.

Discussion in 'MacBook Pro' started by sy-83557, Sep 16, 2009.

  1. sy-83557 macrumors newbie

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    I can't seem to find an "enounce" equivalent for the Mac. I can't even find a decent media player that will play videos at 1.5x speed!

    VLC (on Mac) can only play at 2x speed or above, as there is no speed adjusting slider - just "faster" or "slower", and faster increases the speed by too much.

    Quicktime 7 had a decent 1.5x feature, but I installed Snow Leopard, and the crippled Quicktime X has lost the feature. I can't figure out how to install Quicktime 7 again.

    There's no enounce for mac, which is probably the most famous lecture viewer that comes to mind.


    What do you guys suggest?

    I really need a decent lecture viewer.
     
  2. Steve1496 macrumors 6502a

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    Pop in the Snow Leopard DVD, and in the window that pops up go to optional installs. There, you can open an installer and select what you want to install--one of these options is Quicktime 7. Simply check that box (and uncheck anything else you do not want) and install.

    Steve
     
  3. rosso1876 macrumors newbie

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    Enounce is coming out with something called MySpeed for Mac this May. You can test the Beta now at:
    http://www.enounce.com/download-myspeedmac
     

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