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Using FFmpeg's command-line, this is totally possible. I do it to increase the speed of my videos by 10% (increasing both the audio AND video by 10%, without sounding like a chipmunk). The command to increase your video's speed by 10% is: <ffmpeg path> -i <origin video path> -vf "setpts=(PTS-STARTPTS)/1.1" -crf 18 -af atempo=1.1 <output ...


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If the video file has subtitles (even fake ones, even not being displayed), you can go to View -> Subresync (or hit Ctrl + 6) and you'll see the timecode in the status bar displayed as {Hour:Minute:second.frame}. As yet, I haven't found how to make this display format permanent, to appear even without a subtitle track. EDIT: In my own searching, I just ...


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