Extra Menu: Play-at-Speed

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The Extra > Play-at-Speed menu provides commands for manipulating the Play-at-Speed Toolbar and for moving between labels.
The menusHelp menuExtra commands related to play and recordExtra commands to select the toolExtra commands related to volumeExtra commands related to editingExtra commands related to Play-at-SpeedExtra commands related to seekingExtra commands related to selecting a deviceExtra commands related to selectingExtra commands related to Timeline display formattingExtra commands to set focus, usually focus on one trackExtra commands to move the cursorExtra commands to operate on a track that has focusThese commands were originally written for scripting Audacity, for example via a Python script that uses mod-script-pipeLike Scriptables I, but these commands are less commonly used from the menuToggle full screen mode with no title barExtra-Play-at-SpeedMenu.png

Play-at-Speed Once  

Play audio once at a faster or slower speed

Play Cut Preview-at-Speed  

Combines cut preview and play at speed

Normal Play-at-Speed  

Play audio at a faster or slower speed

Decrease Playback Speed  

Each key press will decrease the playback speed by 0.1.

Increase Playback Speed  

Each key press will increase the playback speed by 0.1.

Adjust Playback Speed  

Displays the Playback Speed dialog. You can type a new value for the playback volume (between 0 and 1), or press Tab, then use the left and right arrow keys to adjust the slider.