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With MythTV there is a setting so you can watch a recording up 1.5 times the normal rate. It also adjusts the audio so everyone doesn't sound like Mickey Mouse (lowers the playback pitch). Is there a program for Linux, besides MythTV, that does this?

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But that's half the fun! :D – RCIX Jul 21 '09 at 2:57
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mplayer has -af scaletempo which "scales audio tempo without altering pitch" according to the man page.

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Note: This requires a newer version of mplayer than what ships with Ubuntu Jaunty. SMPlayer provides a GUI that will let you scale the playback easily. – Will Jul 21 '09 at 20:25

VLC player will speed up the video and keep the pitch normal too. VLC player is available on Linux, Windows, Mac, BeOS and Syllable.

VLC's website is here.

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I'm not sure if this is exactly what you are looking for, or does what you are asking about, but it is a popular alternative for MythTV, Freevo:

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