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All Media Player Product Guide

How to Play an Audio or Video File

You can play a media file in two ways:

  1. From Windows Explorer:
    • Locate the media file you would like to play
    • Double the media file to start playing
  2. From All Media Player:
    • From the main menu, click Media
    • Select Open File…
    • Locate the media file you wish to play and click Open

How to Play YouTube Videos

  • Copy the URL of the YouTube video you would like to play. For instance:
  • Back in All Media Player, click Media  from the main menu and select Open Network Stream…
  • Paste the URL of the YouTube video in the text box labelled Please enter a network URL:
  • Click the Play button 

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How to Convert Audio or Video Files

  • From the main menu, click Media
  • Select Convert/ Save…, or you can just press Ctrl+R
  • Click the + Add… button to the right of the File Selection list to add the media file you would like to convert
  • When done with adding files, click the Convert/Save button
  • in the Convert dialog box and in Settings, click the Profile drop-down box and select the format to convert to
  • Click the Browse button to specify the file name and location for the destination file. 
  • Click Start to begin the format conversion process

How to Conduct a Webcam Recording

  • Select Media > Open Capture Device…
  • Select Direct Show from the Capture Mode Drop Down
  • Choose the video and audio device from the drop-down menus or follow the options built-in
  • Go down to Play and choose the drop-down arrow and choose Convert
  • Select your video code
  • Click Browse to choose the file
  • Name your file and click Save
  • Click Start to begin the recording and Stop for stopping the recording.

How to Capture Screenshot of a Video

  • ALL Media Player allows you to take screenshot of your favorite parts of a video file.

    • Make sure that the video for which you want to take the snapshot is playing
    • You can pause when you reach that part of the video of which you need the Screenshot
    • From the main menu click Video > Take Snapshot
    • or, the keyboard shortcut in Windows is SHIFT + S
    • All screen shots files are automatically saved to default locations based on the operating system, usually under C:\Users\[username]\Pictures\

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