VideoPace Speeds

VideoPace, not to be confused with another jailbreak tweak by Ryan Petrich called VideoPane, is an upcoming release that allows users to adjust the speed of videos on iOS. Once installed, a new preference panel will appear in the stock Settings app dedicated to VideoPace. There, you can slow down videos using percentage based increments, or speed them up. Have a look at our video preview inside to catch a glimpse of how it functions…

VideoPace will be available shortly on Cydia’s BigBoss repo. Unlike the aforementioned VideoPane, which is a premium paid tweak, VideoPace will be free of charge for jailbroken iOS users. What do you think?

  • Sigh

    Stupid pointless tweak.

    • Diego Gastón Milano

      Not sure about the ‘stupid’ part but certainly this isn’t a tweak that fits everyone’s needs. I, personally, am finding both Ryan’s latest upcoming jailbreak tweaks not useful AT ALL… but that’s just me.

  • seyss

    are you serious

  • Bob

    Why would you want to do this?

  • SimonReidy

    You sound great as a chipmunk Jeff 😉

  • SimonReidy

    This could be handy for racing through downloaded lectures for college students, or for podcasts where the hosts speak to slow :).

    What I’d like to know is if there is any pitch correction (quantization) being applied to the sound? Some other apps do this, and it helps brings people’s voice pitch, or music back down to a more normal pitch when the audio is sped up.

  • D.

    Lol

  • batongxue

    How about doing that while playing the video instead of a setting menu

  • mkOS

    I’m a musician. I always wanted an app or tweak similar to this, but with this differences:

    – Configuration from YouTube app instead of having to go through settings.

    – Being able to change speed BUT ALSO PITCH Of The video.

    With those two additions, I think it would be a great tweak for musicians.

  • :D

    Lol, he got to 50% and then was like “screw it, this is tedious 75, 100”

  • Adil Hussain

    You could speed up a video with many of the media player apps on the AppStore like AVPlayer

  • mynamesuxlol

    If you find it useless, simply do not install it. To know it’s possible to access this sort of function with the ease of installing it for free onto your iDevice its good enough in itself.

  • Royce Otero

    Interesting. Not sure what I would use it for. But I’m sure many people will find it useful

  • Leviscus Tempris

    I bet this is how apple lovers sound to other people. 🙂

  • H5ire

    This Tweak makes no sense.!! -.-