Video Player

All Files Viewer’s video player supports almost all of the commonly used video and movie file formats, including 3GP, AVI, MP4, MPEG, WMV, and more. The video player provides all essential functions for video playback and watching movies.

Open and play video files

All functions for video playback control are located at the bottom of the Video player window.

Video playback

  • Play video: click the play button to start or resume playing the video
  • Pause video: click the pause button to stop playing the video at where it is
  • Seek video position: pause the video first, then click and drag the blue dot on the video playback position seeker, a sliding control right below the video screen, and move it to the 
  • Volume control: use the volume control slider to adjust the volume value ranging from 0% to 100% of the maximum volume set by your system sound setting
  • Mute/Unmute: click the speaker icon to mute or unmute the sound.

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Zoom and window position

Use the zoom controls with the Window position function to customize how you watch videos.

Zoom controls

Zoom levels: choose from 1/2 size, Actual size, and 2x size to adjust whether you would like to zoom-out, zoom-in, or watch the video in its original resolution. 

As the zoom level changes, the Video player window automatically resizes to make the best fit for the current zoom level, which is limited by the maximum resolution supported by your monitor and display card.

Full Screen: use one of the two full-screen control buttons to change the Video playback window to a full screen mode, which hides all toolbar controls at the top and the bottom. To exit the full-screen mode, click the Esc key.

Windows Position

You can set the video player window’s position by toggling between the Always on Top and Default Order button from the toolbar. Setting the video player to be always-on-top ensures it keeps staying in the foreground even if you toggle focus to show another window. This feature is very useful if you want to watch video while multi-tasking.

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