With the supported video formats, like MP4 and YouTube, Replayer is a great tool for your dance practice or rehearsal:
For videos (including YouTube), you can additionally:
You can change the playback speed (while keeping the pitch) for each track, individually. This is useful when rehearsing difficult and fast parts.
Click the cog icon to change the playback speed.
The playback speed
You can change the playback mode using the playback mode toggle.
Replayer supports the following playback modes:
is the default and just plays through a whole track. At the end, the cursor returns to the selected cue, if any.
loops a whole track infinitely. When looping, no fade occurs.
plays through the selected cue, then pauses (with fade if configured) after the cue's duration. The cursor returns to the selected cue, if any.
This mode is especially useful when you need time to prepare between repetitions of a part.
infinitely loops a single cue. When looping, no fade occurs.
This mode is intended for practicing a smaller part of a piece repeatedly.
After selecting the current cue, this mode allows to select an arbitrary, subsequent cue , that gets scheduled for playback. Once the current cue finishes, the scheduled cue is immediately invoked, becoming the currently selected cue. The scheduled cue is indicated with a flashing border.
This mode is useful when you want to rehearse parts of your music in arbitrary order or with arbitrary repetitions.
infinitely loops the whole compilation. This is intended to rehearse all tracks in their proper order.
infinitely loops the whole compilation in a random order.
Using a numeric keypad, or via a wireless presenter, you can control playback remotely. The most important shortcuts are:
Learn more about the keyboard shortcuts.