Presentation on theme: "By Eric Kim, Amanda Champion, Katelyn Jacobsen, Lekha Bahri, Jennifer Koo, and Doo Young Yoo."— Presentation transcript:
By Eric Kim, Amanda Champion, Katelyn Jacobsen, Lekha Bahri, Jennifer Koo, and Doo Young Yoo
Introduction The video toolbar of the VLC media player holds a myriad of options and features that are normally ignored by most users. The VLC Media Player is capable of playing almost any form of video file. It can even play broken video files. This presentation is to bring some of these features to light, and to help new users make use of them as well.
How to show and hide the video: Click “Video” in the toolbar, then choose “Video Track” Click “Disable” to hide the video Click “Track 1” to show the video
How to Display Subtitiles Choose “Subtitles Track” in the video toolbar Click “Track 1” to add subtitles Click “Disable” to remove subtitles
Position and Pictures Choose “Full Screen” in the video toolbar Choosing “Always on Top” causes the video to always be shown on top Click “Snapshot” to take a picture of the video
Zoom Choose “zoom” You can choose different sizes for the zoom
Aspect Ratio and Crop Choose “Aspect Ratio” You can choose different ratios for the video size You can choose different ratios for the “crop” as same manner as “aspect ratio”
Extended Settings Choose extended settings to access Audio Effects, Video Effects, and Synchronization.
Synchronization Click synchronization to manually manage the audio/video sync. In the subtitles settings, the subtitles can be made to properly sync with video.
Toggle The toggle between loop one, loop all key is used to change from one feature or effect to another.
Audio Toolbar How to disable and enable an audio track Select Audio Track from the Audio menu. Select the Disable option. The selected track will then be muted. To play the same track again, select the Track option in the Audio Track.
Stereo and mono After the selected track is played, select Audio Device from the Audio menu. Select Mono if you want to listen in the Mono mode. Mono refers to monaural sound that uses a single channel for sound reproduction. Select Stereo if you want to listen in Stereo mode. Stereo refers to sound that uses two channels for sound reproduction or stereophonic sound.
Audio Channels Select Audio Channels from the Audio menu. Select Stereo if you want the feeling that the audio is played from all the directions. Select Left if you want the audio to be played only in the left speaker. Select Right if you want the audio to be played only in the right speaker. Select Reverse Stereo if you want the audio to be played in tandem with the video.