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A Question about Windows Media Player.

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  1. Roofuss

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    I have a .mp3 file(a song). Now, in the background, while this song is playing I would love to see a certain picture I have. I am aware that I can make it a "video" file with Windows Movie Maker. But is there any other way of doing this? If this is too confusing I can provide a screenshot of what I mean.
     
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    Is it possible to show only one picture that I want, which I can browse to personally?

    Edit: I have figured this out. But, is it possible so that the picture only shows up on ONE music file that I want?
     
  4. stantley

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    You'd have to do it manually. Turn on the Picture Viz visualization when that song plays and turn it off for other songs.
     
  5. Roofuss

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    :( Ah well. Guess I might as well make it an mp4.
     
  6. stantley

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    Another approach would be to get an image viewer program, setup a slideshow with the picture and add the one music file to it. That way the image could also be full screen.

    I use FastStone Image Viewer which will create a slideshow with music, but there are many other image programs that will do the same thing.
     
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