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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Customize Video Player Settings

You can watching your favourite videos directly through your Samsung Galaxy SIII by using the stock video player application available inside this phone. You can also utilizing some options available while you're watching the video, such as rewind, pause, stop, etc.

See also: How to Use Video Player Applications on Samsung Galaxy S3

As another apps, you can also customizing this apps through the options available under its settings, such as adjust the brightness or set to auto play the next video, etc.

How to customize video player settings?
Below are the steps to do to customize available options under video player application settings:
  1. Go to Apps through the Home screen.
  2. Scroll to Video player, then tap it.
  3. Select the required video you want to watch.
  4. To access the settings, tap the Menu key then select Settings.
  5. Now you'll see some options available there, such as:
    • Video brightness: use this option to adjust the brightness of the display while you're watching the video.
    • Auto play next: use this option to set the video player to auto play the next video.
    • Play speed: use this option to change the playback speed.
    • SoundAlive: use this option to select a sound effect.
    • Subtitles: use this option to customize the settings for a subtitle file.
    • Colour tone: use this option to select a color tone.
    • Outdoor visibility: use this option to improve the display's contrast to better use under a bright sunlight.
  6. Tap Back button to return to the video player screen.
  7. Tap Home button to return to the standby mode.

By knowing the options available under video player settings and what's the function on each of them, now you can customizing this apps according to your need and desires.


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