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Playitslowly There is PlayitSlowly, intended to do this (among others things). You can also save a sound file with altered speed or pitch.
Here's what you're looking for: Handbrake. It's a fairly useful tool for what you're trying to do. To install, add the ppa ppa:stebbins/handbrake-releases to your software sources (here's how to do that) and install handbrake from the Software Center.
Right click any file that you want its type to open with Totem and select Properties Next to the "Type: " row, you will see the settings icon that says Edit file type when you hover your mouse on it. Click it and you will see list of applications in the bottom half, move Totem or add it if its not shown. OK, close, you are done for all file types.
For a proper Ubuntu approach I'd suggest to have a look into ffmpeg (command line). Example: ffmpeg -i infile.wmv -vn -acodec copy outfile.wma Or, if you want an MP3 file: ffmpeg -i infile.avi -vn -ar 44100 -ac 2 -ab 192 -f mp3 outfile.mp3 Also there is another PPA software called Gnac; it's a GNOME software that uses the Gstreamer media framework and ...
The support for rythembox and by extension gstreamer has not been written yet. Part of the problem as explained in this bug report is that the developer fears the decryption can't be cracked: https://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=549184 But according to this bug report the decryption can be cracked using dvdcpxm's code: ...
The problem is that it will play as a Dvd in a dvd player like Vlc or M player even if u get the right codecs installed, I used Audio Extraction, well to extract the 24 bit 96000Hz music files which can be played by winamp which has support for 24/96000 5.1 Flac, Though the problem with Ubuntu is that everything is downmixed to 44000Hz well this is the ...
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