[bksvol-discuss] Re: MP3 Beta Question

That depends on your player. If you have a speed control you can make it go faster. If your MP3 player does not have a speed control then you are stuck with the speed you get.


On 6/10/2012 10:40 AM, Jane Jordan (ComCast) wrote:
Nono, you all are misunderstanding my question.

I mean, when Bookshare prepares the book for download as an MP3, is there any 
way at all to make it speak faster there, or are we stuck with just one speed?

Jane




On Jun 10, 2012, at 10:37 AM, Dasha Radford wrote:

Hi Jane,
Question. Do you have an NLS talking book player? That is one of the new 
digital talking book players. If you do load your MP3 book from bookshare onto 
a flash drive preferably an empty one. Then, place the flash drive with the MP3 
files on it into your digital player. Note: make sure there are no talking 
books from the Bard website on the flash drive otherwise it won't recognize the 
MP3 files. If you have more than one book cycle through them by going to the 
folder jump option. Once you have found folder jump use your next and previous 
buttons to move around. If you don't have the advanced player I'm not sure how 
to tell you to do that but someone else on here probably can. If you do press 
the menu button until you hear folder jump. When you reach the book you want by 
going through the folders press play it will start playing and you can use the 
speed up speed down buttons to control the speed.
I hope this helps.
DR

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On Jun 10, 2012, at 8:49 AM, "Martha Rafter"<mlhr@xxxxxxx>  wrote:

Hi Sandy,
I'm pretty sure that they're talking about the newish MP3 form of books that 
bookshare are now doing.  They're trying to read a book!  HPH

-----Original Message----- From: Sandi Ryan
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Music?  Podcasts?  What are the MP3s?

Sandi

----- Original Message ----- From: "Jane Jordan 
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No, I wans't trying to read the MP3s in Read2Go. Just listening to them in 
iTunes.

Jane


On Jun 9, 2012, at 11:11 PM, Sandi Ryan wrote:

Hmmm.  I haven't gotten MP3's to read with Read2Go.  There is a "Settings" button, though, and if 
you double-tap it, you then have the choice of "Visual" or "Audio."  I'm pretty sure you 
can speed up the voice there, at least for DAISY.

Sandi

----- Original Message ----- From: "Jane Jordan 
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Is there a way to make the MP3 files you get speak any faster?  Yes, it's 
understandable, but sometimes I like my audio to go pretty fast.

Jane


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