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Jim Snowden | Forum Activity | Posted: Wed, Aug 26 2015 1:41 PM

Before using Proclaim I simply used Windows Media Player to play backing music. I used a program/plug-in called Chronotron to be able to adjust the pitch and speed of the playback. This is some sort of Direct X plug in - is there any possibility some sort of similar functionality could be put in to Proclaim or that it might be possible to configure the Chronotron plug in to Proclaim if Proclaim is using Direct X?

I can use Chronotron to actually save the video/audio files in advance and insert the edited files in to Proclaim, but would be nice to have a similar on the fly  adjustment within Proclaim.

Here is some blurb from the manual if that gives any clue to how it is working!

After installation, the plug-in will appear in the DirectX plug-in menu on your favorite audio editor under the name “Chronotron Pro Filter”. To use the plug-in on Windows Media Player go to the “View/Plug-ins/” menu and select “Chronotron”. 

After doing that, a window appears whenever I launch WMP that lets me change the speed/pitch of the currently playing music.



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Peter June | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 28 2015 11:36 AM

Hi, Jim. It is unlikely that we will support the Chronotron plug-in any time soon.

For the time being, I'd recommend editing those audio files in advance and then inserting them into Proclaim.

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Jim Snowden | Forum Activity | Replied: Fri, Aug 28 2015 1:02 PM

OK thanks Peter.


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