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Lililita 11th October 2008 01:27 PM

Arrow buttons - Jump in time function
 
Can I adjust the time that arrows skip in a movie? Also the <and> buttons?

adicoto 11th October 2008 04:03 PM

Open BSplayer preferences (Ctrl + P) and under "General" functions, on the right side, bottom, you will find "seconds to jump". Put there the time in seconds to jump that suits you the best. AFAIK, for the arrows, the time can't be modified.

Lililita 12th October 2008 01:19 AM

Too bad the arrows can't be modified. Thank you for the help anyways!

Tizio 12th October 2008 11:55 AM

But if you want you can assign Jump function to Arrow keys... (CTRL+P -> WinLIRC and Key definitions -> Search for Jump forward/backward -> assign them the arrow keys shortcuts, remember to change the Seek function shortcuts, otherwise BS.Player can't correctly handle both functions)

Maccadole 20th October 2008 03:52 AM

On a related note: I have done exactly that. I assigned the side arrow keys to the jump feature, and removed the seek function that used the same arrow keys assigned to it, and I changed the jump time to however many seconds I prefer. But it still jumps much more than that.
What to do?

adicoto 20th October 2008 06:14 AM

In BSPlayer preferencies, in "general" tab, disable on the right hand the option "seek to the nearest frame" which is enabled by default.

DaiOni 28th April 2011 03:13 PM

Help in Bs.Player jump
 
On a different version of the Bs.Player I was able to move the video via arrows, like it was slowed or I was stepping from picture to picture.

I would like to archive the same, while I have the version 257.1051.

Thank You!

BSPeter 28th April 2011 04:25 PM

"Frame by frame" didn't change in version 257.1051. Still works by pausing movie ([spacebar]) and use right and left arrow keys to step through the movie
(Note this does also depend on the possibilities of the decoder/filter used!)

Make sure to uncheck/deselect "Seek by keyframes (AVI and MKV files)" under
(richtclick >) Options > Preferences > General [General settings]

Also: don't use "overlay mixer" for video rendering but instead e.g. try "Internal renderer Direct Draw surface" or "Internal renderer overlay" as "Rendering mode" under:
(rightclick >) Options > Preferences > Video > [Video rendering]

:wink:

DaiOni 28th April 2011 05:29 PM

That was great BSPeter! It worked! Thank you, I owe you one!

BSPeter 28th April 2011 10:33 PM

Glad I was able to help!
:wink:

essamsherif 27th August 2019 05:30 PM

change the time jumped when u hit left or right arrow
 

hey all,

you can change the time jumped when u hit left or right arrow :

1- Right click in program - options- preferences
2- in the lift go to Key definitions & Win LIRC
3- under tab windowed mode go down and press seek backward and at the up right u will find two fields, go to the first one, just move mouse over it and type , or any thing u want repeat this with the second field
4- go to seek backward and repeat all things in point 3 but type in fields . or anything u want
5- go up to Jump backward and press left arrow in the two fields
6- go up to Jump forward and press right arrow in the two fields

7- go to left and press general in upper window of preferences then in the right down u will find (seconds to jump) put the time value u want when u hit left or right arrow.


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