document.querySelector("video").preservesPitch=false

window.setInterval(function(){document.querySelector("video").playbackRate=1+Math.sin(new Date().getTime() / 1000)*.1}, 100);

@SuricrasiaOnline ....I know nothing about math or code or comptuer speak but somehow I get the feeling that this makes the video play in a warbling, wibbly fashion, with the pitch shifting up and down.

...also how do i make this work :3

@Nine on youtube press f12 (or ctrl+shift+i) and enter each into the console tab in order

@SuricrasiaOnline @Nine For me it works in Brave and Firefox. Thanks! This is actually how I always wanted it to behave. I wonder why this isn't an official feature.

SO much closer to real vinyl 🤩

@SuricrasiaOnline i had to download chromium just to try this but it was worth it

@SuricrasiaOnline oh! turns out it also works on firefox if you use mozPreservesPitch instead of preservesPitch :ablobfoxbongohyper:

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