"Select (click and drag) the area you’d like to slow down. You can also go Edit>Select All if you want to select the entire track.
Click Effect>Change Tempo . Then drag the slider to the left however much you want to slow the track down (you can also speed it up by dragging right) and click “OK”. Keep in mind that the slower you go the more the effect seems to bog down the computer while it is generating."
Hey @tom2340 I don’t know of any. The only way I know how to download vids is using the Airy app that I mentioned. It cost me $20. Only bummer is every once in awhile it won’t be able to download a video that I want to download. But it can download probably 80-90% of the vids that I’ve tried.
In the last few weeks I have dealt with various programs on Windows 10.
With the free programs you get annoyed by advertising and I find the simpler programs relatively difficult to master despite good experience. With “just a little” it is not enough.
In terms of prices, they start at around € 50 here in Europe. None of them really convinced me.
Best regards Astrid
Astrid and/or Luke is there is a simple translator as I would dearly love to be able to read Astrid’s posts.
Not at all essential but would be nice.
Incidentally, I have successfully been using Y2mate to convert U Tube videos into MP3s.
Hi @tom2340 just highlight what you want translated by holding your finger where you want to start. Then drag finger to where you want to end. While it’s blue, tap on it and some options will appear. You will see translate there. Hope I explained it right. Works for me and I’m an idiot when it comes to IT cheers