Is there any Mouse to make Fine Movement of the Time position of the YouTube video?
This one is legit, I've used it for years w/ no problems.
Change the speed of your mouse movement in your windows setting: slow it down.
Problem is connected to YouTube videos Solid Work demonstration. Some videos are longer duration of play (I had seen 3 hours of play). If I want to replay an event by an extremely short period of time (say second). A mouse which can enable extremely short period of movement is useful. If the play is 3 hours this is extremely difficult by a usual mouse we use.
A slower mouse movement would help to not jump 3-4 minutes.
Maybe see if you can download the youtube videos, and open them in windows media player or VLC. They have an option where you can enter in the time of the video that you want to play, so no need to scroll.
I have been doing the way you tell but if time of play is longer hours, option given the Windows Media Player is useless.
Try using VLC media player.
3D mouse would work for you which you can control the speed
This mouse is used for part designing purposes by professionals and expensive as well. Is there any simple solution for my simple problem?
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Your suggestion will change the overall cursor movement. This is not that I want. My exact problem is as follows:
You can see SEEK at a time position of 1.42.57. I want move SEEK back to a time position of 1.40.00 this is small movement but if the video play time is longer hours this movement has greater impact. Only a Scroll Wheel like a part in a mouse can make the fine movement possible.
Have you tried this:
I tried this before. I do not want change overall speed of the pointer. But in this particular situation I want to decide the position.
Have you tried VLC media player?
If I understand your question correctly, YouTube has a built in function for this. See the attached video. If you click on the progress bar you will see two ^ arrows and then if you drag upwards, it magnifies the progress bar. So, you can see for the 3 hour video that I've shown in the example, at the size of the video, one pixel movement left or right on the default progress bar gives about 13 seconds of a progress jump. But, if I drag upwards, I can get other increments including all the way down to 1 second.
I just discovered this by playing around with it. I then did searches on Google and YouTube to find their documentation on it, but failed so I am not sure if they even document this feature (or any of the other playback features...help seems pretty sparse for their playback viewer).
I hope this helps,
Thats a nice discovery!!
How to get progress bar for this?
SolidWorks tutorial | Sketch Radial Engine in SolidWorks - YouTube
LMB click and hold after pausing the video and move the cursor up the screen.
I tried to do this in a downloaded video (windows media player) which was impossible. Is it possible after downloading the video?
I believe that the 'zoom' feature is only available whilst viewing on YouTube. I do know that the VLC media player can go directly to a time stamp in the video. WMP cannot.
Do know any authentic site to download VLC media player?
I am asking this because I had a bitter experience in downloading software. Unwanted stuffs also came with the software.
I would suggest you find a video editing program that can cut sections of the video off.
Then, say you want only a few minutes of the video that starts at 1 hour into the original video, you can cut off the first hour and also cut off the last hour and 45 minutes..
Then you would have a new video that is only 15 minutes long (instead of 3 hours). Then you can easily select the portion you want much more easily.
I have used a program called Flashback Express from BlueBerry Software http://www.flashbackrecorder.com/express - this is a free version that is limited to recording your screen (and a few other features) and there is a pay version is a full editor with added abilities for enhancements and sound.
I use this (the free version) to record webinars and have also done what you want exactly by playing the original video and then recording the screen for just the portion I want - and then save that as my new short video.
It's great for Wibinars, if you want to record Skype calls, video chats, meetings or anything else where you want to capture a video of something on your screen.
Here's another possibility to dynamically change your mouse pointer speed (down to as little as one pixel).
If you hit the share button in you tube, you have the option to set a start time in the link
then just copy/paste and go
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