Mac: QuickTime's a surprisingly versatile little video player included in OS X, but the most recent version tucks away some features that used to be a bit more obvious. Case in point, Mac Issues points out you can Option+click the advancement arrows to get a little more precision. You you click the fast-forward or rewind buttons normally, QuickTime jumps between 1x, 10x and so on speeds. However, if you hold down the Option key when you click, you get much more control over the speed. You can set it for something like 1.2x or 1.8x, or whatever you need. It's a minor thing, but if you're scrubbing through a video and want more precision, it's a handy little trick. It's also further proof that it's worth Option+clicking everything in OS X just to see what's there.
Incrementally Change The Speed Of Playback In QuickTime With An Option+Click
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