How to start playing video one frame at a time in Windows Media Player

Playing video one frame at a time in Windows Media Player

Some video in Windows Media Player can be played back at varied speeds, you can even start playing video one frame at a time. This will mean that Windows Media Player 11 will start playing every single video frame there is, which of course isn't the way you should watch your movies.

This method is helpful for when you are searching through video frames to pinpoint areas of error in your home movies which you can then go back and edit.




To be able to complete this process you must:

1)Start playing the video file you have, it can be a unfinished WMV file you have created or a recently bought DVD.

2)Click the View menu located along the top of your Windows Media Player Window

3)Click on Enhancements

4)Then click Play Speed Settings

5)Once the enhancements pane loads up you can either select the previous frame button or the next frame button.

NB- Not all video can be played back one frame at a time in Windows Media Player, to return the player back to normal speed press the play button in the bottom pane



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