I'm trying to edit a subtitle file with Subtitle Workshop. The video play has a what they call an "altered playback rate". This can be used to slow down the playback in order to determine when a subtitle should be displayed. If the spoken dialog is rapid, it can difficult to pause the video at the right spot in normal play. The problem I have is that the pitch is also slowed so that if the playback rate is too low, the dialog becomes unintelligible. I did find that when I playback the video with VLC, I can slow motion the video. VLC adjusts the audio so that pitch does not change much. VLC inserts space in the audio output so that while the audio is slowed, the pitch stays much the same. I wish Subtitle Workshop had this capability. I'm pretty new at using Subtitle Workshop. I didn't see a way to fix this little problem or substitute VLC for their own video viewer. Does anyone know a fix? Or is there a better editor for subtitles that will permit slowing the video without altering the pitch.