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Windows Phone 8 : The Multimedia Experience - Playing Videos

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You can play videos by going to the Music+Videos hub, tapping Videos, and then tapping the video you want to play.

Simply tap the video that you want to play.

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When you play a video, the video itself is displayed alone on the screen. However, if you tap the screen, Windows displays a set of controls, which contains the following:

A. The name of the video

B. Rewind button

C. Pause button

D. Fast Forward button

E. Current video position

F. Length of video

G. Progress bar

H. Full Screen icon


Pause and Play

If you pause a video, the Pause button turns into a Play button that you can press to resume video playback.


When you access the Videos hub shown here, the phone shows you all the available videos stored on it. However, you can sort the videos by category by flicking the screen to choose a different video category. The available categories include these:

All: All the videos on the phone.

TV: Television shows. TV shows can be grouped into subcontainers, with one container for each series (a container for MythBusters, a container for Beavis and Butthead, and so on).

Music: Music videos.

Movies: Movies

Personal: Videos that you record.


It’s Not All Good

As you synchronize your videos to the phone, you might discover that, regardless of the video type, all your videos are lumped into the All container and are not listed in other containers. This happens because Windows Phone looks at information embedded in video file, called metadata, to determine which container to place it into. If your collection consists of DVD rips, home movies, YouTube downloads, or video sources that were not specifically intended to be played on Windows Phone devices, your videos likely are missing the metadata used to sort the videos into containers.

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