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post #1 of 8 Old 12-27-2011, 09:36 AM - Thread Starter
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I've ripped a bunch of movies, both BD and DVD, using MakeMKV. I play back the movies in MPC-HC. I can't get the movies to fast forward or rewind. I can skip chapters forward and back, however. I have the latest versions of these programs running on Win7 32bit. Is there some setting I need to adjust or is this just how it works?

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You can make the forward and back buttons skip ahead in the settings. You cant fast forward though.
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You can select the amount of time the buttons will jump ahead. I have mine set for 10 second jumps on the next track button, and 5 minutes on the ffwd button.
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Where do you make the setting to have the FF button "skip ahead 10seconds"?

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Where do you make the setting to have the FF button "skip ahead 10seconds"?

To set the amount of skip:

View / Options / Tweaks / Jump distances (small medium, large in ms)

To set the keys for the skip:

View / Options / Keys / Command: Jump Forward, Backward (small,medium,large)

You can set the keystrokes and the "App Command" (which corresponds to WMC remote buttons)
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This is in the MPC-HC menu?

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You can fastforward using the "increase rate" command, but I don't see anything that does a rewind unfortunately.
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This is in the MPC-HC menu?

In the options menu.
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