June 14, 2024

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Musicians using the Vidami video looper pedal can now hold down the ‘forward’ button to engage the QuickSearch™ function and stop wherever they’d like by tapping ‘play/pause’.

The Vidami, a hands-free video looper that integrates with YouTube and other online video players, has announced new functionality for a more customized experience.

Musicians can now press and hold the ‘forward’ button for a full second to scroll forward and stop wherever they’d like by tapping the ‘play/pause’ button. This new QuickSearch™ feature will help musicians quickly navigate to any section of a video more easily, helping to further streamline their learning process.

“This new feature is just one more way we hope to make the process of learning to play music online even easier,” said Amy Hayashi-Jones, co-founder and CEO of Vidami. “As more and more musicians are now staying home and honing their playing skills from their living rooms, we are looking for new ways to make the learning process more intuitive. We look forward to continuing that mission and helping more people become music makers.”

Safari Extension Now Available
In addition to the new functionality, Vidami has expanded its compatibility with the release of its new Safari Extension. Users of Safari on macOS 10.13 or later (High Sierra, Mojave or Catalina) can now access the new Safari extension via the “Downloads” page at Vidami.com. This extension offers all the same features as the Vidami Chrome Extension.

For more information on Vidami, please visit www.vidami.com

About Vidami

Founded in 2019, Vidami is a family-run business based in Thousand Oaks, California, with a mission to meet music makers where they’re currently learning to play: online platforms like YouTube. The Vidami is a hands-free video looper that enables users to speed up, slow down, loop and pause online tutorial videos — helping players stay focused and in the flow of learning by keeping their hands on the instrument and off the mouse. For more info, please contact [email protected].

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