Changing video playback speed with TrickPlay


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Changing video playback speed with TrickPlay

Advances in audio technology continue to trickle down to our development platforms. A useful feature in Silverlight is known as TrickPlay. When you play a video at an accelerated place, TrickPlay reduces the voice distortion that you might expect. This happens automatically when the playback speed is between 1.0 and 2.0. TrickPlay also works when slowing down the Playback speed. Playback rates between 0.5 and 1.0 are normalized too. For this demonstration, I am using Visual Studio and a project called ChangingVideoSpeed. I'll start by looking at the SpeedPlayer.

The MediaElement implementation in SpeedPlayer is similar to the one shown in the previous movie. The difference is that this player has speed control. Let me show you the code. In the constructor of SpeedPlayer, I am creating a list of doubles. These are going to be the speeds for the player. I then take that list and assign it the ItemSource of the speedCombo box. I also wire up an EventHandler. When this SelectionChanged event fi...

Changing video playback speed with TrickPlay
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