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Old 23 January 2012, 12:22   #1
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winuae speed setting

Is there any setting to slow the speed of the emulator as in mame ? thanks for your advice.
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Old 23 January 2012, 13:22   #2
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Check Fps Adj. setting under Display tab
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Old 23 January 2012, 13:50   #3
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Check Fps Adj. setting under Display tab
thanks for your reply.
It is a good solution , but I think there is a slowdown in the sound , is there a setting for that?
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Old 24 January 2012, 20:38   #4
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Amiga sound DMA is hardwired to display horizontal sync, adjusting pitch is the only way to have glitch free sound.
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Old 25 January 2012, 10:36   #5
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Amiga sound DMA is hardwired to display horizontal sync, adjusting pitch is the only way to have glitch free sound.
thanks for your reply, is there a short tutorial to do that ?
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Amiga sound DMA is hardwired to display horizontal sync, adjusting pitch is the only way to have glitch free sound.
modern digital DJ systems have some feature that allows audio speedup/slowdown without pitch adjustment, don't know much about it but it stops things like high pitched voices and raised bass tones if you play something faster than intended.

or maybe that only works when its played faster......

not that i care for the slowdown thing at all, just thought i'd mention the above!
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modern digital DJ systems have some feature that allows audio speedup/slowdown without pitch adjustment, don't know much about it but it stops things like high pitched voices and raised bass tones if you play something faster than intended.

or maybe that only works when its played faster......

not that i care for the slowdown thing at all, just thought i'd mention the above!
You can find something similar in many multimedia players for the PC (VLC, for example) and sound editing softwares (Sound Forge, for example). However, it's better not to apply more than 50% speed up/down, else the results are not good.
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