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speed control without losing subtitles and audio?


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I have a stand alone dvd player for my television that allows me to slow down or speed up the playback of a dvd without losing the audio. However, it cannot display the subtitles when in a fast or slow mode (it can only display them at regular speed).

Is there a player I could install on my mac that would allow me to playback a dvd and view the subtitles and/or closed captioning while at a slower playback speed?

From all my searching, it appears not, but I thought I'd give this forum a shot.

I have found some that look promising for iphone playback, but not for the mac.
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