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Video Player that can show previous and next frames?

Discussion in 'Multimedia' started by emster21, Mar 20, 2019.

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  1. emster21

    emster21 Thread Starter

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    Hello everybody,

    I was wondering, does anybody know if there is any video player that has the option to show multiple frames together? So like previous and next frames together with the current frame? Please see image below to better explain what I mean.
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    If there is such a player, please let me know its name. Thank you!
     
  2. Oddba11

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    Not that I'm aware. It would most likely be a video editing tool option though.
     
  3. emster21

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    Yeah, I think you're right. It doesn't seem likely that a video player alone would have such a feature. Do you know any video editing software that has this feature?
     
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    I do not.

    Depending on how it will be used, you could also likely create the effect with an image program as well. Simply capture three images (most media players can get frame grabs) and layer them together with the photo/image software.
     
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