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You can add the speed controls near main VLC buttons through the toolbars editor (drag-and-drop "speed selector" to the toolbar):


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You can use ffmpeg to add second audio stream in video. The command will be something like: ffmpeg -i input.mkv -i audio.dts -map 0 -map 1 -c copy output.mkv For more details you can check this answer


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https://www.nirsoft.net/utils/sound_volume_view.html Mute all applications (SoundVolumeView.exe /Mute AllAppVolume), then unmute one specific (SoundVolumeView.exe /Unmute your_app.exe).


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After looking around I have downloaded and am using the Leawo Bluray player application with Windows 10 and an LG Bluray device and a Viewsonic 1920x1080 display through DVI cable. http://www.leawo.org/blu-ray-player/ It has been working fine with standard Bluray disks. I have not tried it with 3D Bluray nor with a 2K or 4K display though the download page ...


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You can do it with MATRIC Android app. It's free when you use it for up to 6 buttons and it's full customizable. Check it out https://matricapp.com/


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Not exactly specialized but I just put them in a folder in win and set to extra large icons. Then I scroll with middle mouse. It works for me.


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Yes. There is a fork: https://github.com/abarnert/meteorite Unfortunately, no released any binary files of this Meteorite forked. I personally wanted to compile to EXE that source-codes of this fork. Downloaded master.zip from GitHub. Downloaded CodeBlocks & MinGW (GCC version 4.9.2). Downloaded wxWidgets-3.1.0. I spent a lot of time for compile. ...


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After installing and using many options, I finally settled onto MX Player. It has plenty of configurable controls (yet fairly easy to use) and features a nice hardware-codec mode that can greatly improve your video performance, provided your hardware supports it.


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You can use SoX (Sound eXchange, "the Swiss Army knife of audio manipulation"): free open source Windows / Linux / Mac CLI some options might help improving the voice clarity but unsure, it depends on the kind of audio transformations you plan to apply. SoX manual.


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