Note4Note Video Player is a comprehensive educational application that enables you to improve your skills at playing instruments on your own. The application can play both video and audio files and allows you to adjust the audio stream tempo without tampering with the pitch.

The application enables you to enhance the audio attributes of the song or video, in order to bring them to a comfortable speed and volume for you, without damaging the pitch. Thus, you can better understand, memorize and reproduce them on your instrument.

The software features a user-friendly interface, resembling a synthesizer, with sliding buttons for media volume and balance adjustment.

Note4Note Video Player supports several input formats, including WMV, AVI, MPEG, MP3, WAV, OGG Vorbis or APE files. You can also load editable lesson files, in order to create a positive learning experience.

The software can play the files from the beginning to the end or select sections of the audio stream and play it in a loop, so you can better focus on that particular part. You can pick up or slow down the tempo or frequency, as well as raise or lower the media volume. It is all designed to help musicians or hobbyists memorize fast played riffs.

Moreover, you can apply specific measurements that enable you to count the beats in a song as well as adjust the falloff spectrum, by speeding it up or slowing it down. The loop section can be determined with the help of the trimming buttons that fix the starting and ending time of the piece.

Note4Note Video Player allows you to create extensive playlists and manage their contents as well as play a certain file repeatedly. You can add as many files as you like whether they figure in the supported formats list or they feature a custom extension. With the right codecs, Note4Note Video Player can virtually render any media file.

Note4Note Video Player is a comprehensive tool for ascending musicians or hobbyists that wish to teach themselves how to play a certain piece on their instrument. The software can help you detect and understand difficult measures or notes, so you can play them yourself.