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AVS Media Player

Adding Files

When you need to playback one single audio/video file the easiest way to add it to the program is to double-click it with the mouse. You can do it in case you have associated this file extension with AVS Media Player during the program installation or using the Preferences window.

If you do not create associations right click the necessary file, choose the Open with option and select AVS Media Player from the list of the available programs. Or just drag and drop the selected file to the AVS Media Player desktop icon. The media file playback will start automatically.

If you want to playback a group of files or a folder containing some audio/video files please launch AVS Media Player and load your files using one of the following ways:

  • Use the Open file(s)... option from the Playback Window Express Menu.

  • Use the Add Files Add Files button button of the Playlist window in case you need to add some separate files or the Add Folder Add Folder button button to add a folder containing some audio/video files to playback.

Note!Note: to add some image files to playback select them with the mouse and drag and drop to the Main Area of the Playlist window.

The following window will be opened:

Open Files window

Select the necessary files with the mouse and click the Open button. The selected files will be loaded and displayed in the Main Area of the Playlist window where you will be able to manage them, organize and save into playlists.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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