Frequently Asked Questions
What are the system requirements?
33 RPM requires Mac OS 10.4 or later and QuickTime 7.1.
Is 33 RPM a Universal Binary?
Yes. 33 RPM runs natively on PowerPC and Intel-based Macs.
What file formats can 33 RPM play?
33 RPM can play any audio or movie format that the QuickTime Player can play. If you also have Flip4Mac WMV plug-in installed, you can play Windows Media files (WMV, WMA, ASF), as well. For further details about compatible files, refer to the Playback Formats page.
Can 33 RPM play videos?
Yes, 33 RPM can play QuickTime-compatible movies, with the exception of protected video content downloaded from the iTunes Store.
What keyboard shortcuts are available?
Refer to the Keyboard Shortcuts page for a list of available shortcuts in 33 RPM.
Note: Not all keyboards (especially laptops) come equipped with the Home, End, Page Up, and Page Down keys. In these cases, there are alternate shortcuts available by using a combination of the fn and arrow keys. The Keyboard Shortcuts page lists the appropriate alternate shortcuts.
Can 33 RPM save the changes I've made to a song?
At this time, 33 RPM cannot save changes, but this is a feature that will be included in a future version.
What are the limitations while in demo mode?
Only the first third of a file will be played when in demo mode. Once you have purchased a license and registered the program, you can play the file in its entirety.
How do I retrieve a lost license?
Go to the support site, enter in your e-mail, and click the E-mail Order History button. Your serial name and number will be sent to your e-mail address.
What are the known issues with 33 RPM?
Please refer to the Known Issues page for further details.
But, wait! My father's brother's nephew's cousin's former roommate told me that the QuickTime Player can also slow down audio!
33 RPM builds off the same technology that enables the QuickTime Player to change the speed of media playback. However, some features in 33 RPM, such as setting the start and stop points, are not available in QuickTime Player unless you upgrade to the $30 Pro version.