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Windows MP3 player with ability to save multiple bookmarks

I sing with a chorus that requires us to memorize all the songs we sing. To do this we have MP3 files of our part and the full mix. We play them over and over again. Frequently we want to practice a particularly tough section.and over. We would want to name the book marks such as "key change", "chorus", "Verse 1", "bridge", "tag". These bookmarks would be saved so that the next time we practice they would display and we could jump right to the bookmark. I'm not looking for free. I'm willing to pay for it.

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By Windows MP3 player I take it runs on Windows.
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Dowloded VLC. Screens do not look like documentation.

IS it possible that this feature only works on the PC version? The ndroid online help screens talk about control 1, 2, or 3 fast keys but there is no keybord displayed in order to do this. Also keyboard does not have a cntl key.

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Up top, called out for Windows MP3 Player.

If you needed an Android player I would have searched for that but yes, there can be differences in VLC from Windows to other OSes.

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