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Very good
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out of 11 votes out of 2 votes

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  • Date Added:
    Apr. 01, 2013
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    Free to try (7-day trial); $29.99 to buy (Buy it now)
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Editors' Review


The simple app consists of a sliding bar that's set to 1.0, regular time, when a video plays. Slide it to the left to slow the sound and picture, or to the right to speed both elements to two or three times the original speed. You can also use shortcut keys to quicken or slow the video. Crtl+Alt+F makes it faster; Crtl+Alt+S drags it down.

The audio and video largely remained in sync when tampered with, but original trip-ups in streaming and buffering were more noticeable with the video accelerated. If you don't set MySpeed to start on boot-up, you'll need to open it each session. After that, it'll run in the background from the system tray.

MySpeed is an amusing, sometimes time-saving utility for YouTube and sources of Flash video. However, for the $30 post-trial asking price for the Windows app, it's clearly aimed at very frequent video watchers, especially e-learners who may want to breeze by some sections of a module and stroll through other, more technical segments.

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1 stars

"Rarely worked on Mac OSX."

October 28, 2013  |  By leooncnet2

2013-10-28 14:51:02  |  By leooncnet2

 |  Version: MySpeed


When/if it worked I used it occasionally.


Browser updates often broke this Paid software. Bought it for Mountain Lion and now they want me to buy it again if I upgrade to Mavericks. I won't be doing that.

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5 stars

"Solid application, Great customer service"

August 17, 2013  |  By Marooned_and_Orange

2013-08-17 19:20:33  |  By Marooned_and_Orange

 |  Version: MySpeed


-Does exactly what it claims to, practically invisible, allows me to study from online lectures ~30% faster, without losing details.
-Excellent customer service--fixed a mistake I made on a Saturday night via cell phone.


-Pricey, be sure to google for a coupon code, and still expect to pay at least $20.


This application allows you to speed up and slow down browser-based video. Great for watching lectures from home, e-learning, and probably catching up on slow TV shows.

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Full Specifications

What's new in version
Version added support for Firefox 19, Chrome 24, IE 10 on Windows 8 and recent changes to HTML5 Video.
Publisher Enounce
Publisher web site
Release Date February 07, 2013
Date Added April 01, 2013
Category Video Software
Subcategory Video Players
Operating Systems
Operating Systems Windows XP/Vista/7/8
Additional Requirements Adobe Flash Player 11.3+
Download Information
File Size 2.82MB
File Name EnounceMySpeed.exe
Total Downloads 19,767
Downloads Last Week 1
License Model Free to try
Limitations 7-day trial
Price $29.99

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