The IROCKU video player has Slow-Down, Speed-Up, and Looping features so you can highlight specific portions of the lesson videos and slowly follow the instructors hands on the piano keys. This is particularly useful for sections that contain technically challenging fingering or complex rhythms. It is also a great resource for students who don’t read music and rely solely on the videos to learn.
Slow Down and Speed Up
First, let’s see how to slow down the videos. From the image below, you will see an arrow at the bottom of the video player showing – + buttons. Click on the – button to slow down the video and and click on the + button to speed up the video. The resulting playback speed will be momentarily displayed at the top of the screen.
Now let’s look into how to loop a specific passage of a lesson video. This is very useful for looping sections of the lesson that you would like to repeat in your practice. From the image below, you will see an arrow at the left of the video player showing the ‘AB Loop’ button. Clicking this button will open up the Looping Bar. With your cursor drag the ‘I’ to the place in the video where you want the loop to begin and drag the ‘O’ to where you want the loop to end. The lesson video will now continuously loop that section of the lesson video. You can pause and play as you like within the loop.
We hope you find these features helpful. Keep rockin!
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