Rages over Netflix: Worst idea ever!

A part of services, providing audio books and podcasts, have already implemented a feature that makes it possible for the user to determine the speed at which t

Rages over Netflix: Worst idea ever!

A part of services, providing audio books and podcasts, have already implemented a feature that makes it possible for the user to determine the speed at which t

Ann McDonald
Ann McDonald
30 October 2019 Wednesday 21:00
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Rages over Netflix: Worst idea ever!

A part of services, providing audio books and podcasts, have already implemented a feature that makes it possible for the user to determine the speed at which the content is played.

On the way you can play your audiobook faster if you are impatient, or slower, if you need it.

Right for the time tester Netflix, whether it is a good idea to copy this concept, so you can stream its tv shows even faster (or slower) with the sound on.

The attention the tv series geeks, which discovered the feature in the Android app, where it appears that one can choose between the following afspilningshastigheder: 0.5 x, 0.75 x, 1.0 x, 1.25 x and 1.5 x originalhastigheden.

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View people in the future might get the option to watch movies and series at a higher speed than originally intended has fallen a long series of Hollywood stjerneinstruktører for the chest.

Director Peyton Reed, who has been behind the 'Ant-Man'-the film, writing on Twitter:

'This is a terrible idea, and all the instructors, I know, will fight against it.'

Brad Bird, who directed 'The Incredibles' and 'Mission: Impossible: Ghost Protocol' writes on Twitter that it is a 'completely unique bad idea', there will be to further dilute the movie experience.

In the future get impatient streamere maybe even to be able to determine the speed of the film and tv series. Photo: Linda Johansen


the Director of the Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse' is also not impressed.

'Need to be designed for the most lazy ones and those with the worst taste?'

so far, however, only talk about a test, and Netflix informs, according to Entertainment Weekly, that it is not certain that the feature is rolled out .

'We experiment constantly to find new ways to help the subscribers to use the Netflix on the. This test makes it possible to vary the speed, when people are watching shows on the mobile phone. As with any test, it is not safe, it becomes a permanent feature on Netflix', reads a press release from Netflix.

Updated: 30.10.2019 21:00
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