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Looking for a video frame sidebar widget


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#1 Taoki

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 06:06 PM

I've been looking everywhere for this but with no result. Does anyone know of a sidebar widget for Windows 7 that can play and loop through videos in a folder? I'm looking for something exactly like the Photo Frame widget, but for videos instead of pictures. There's already a TV widget for live streaming, but I want something that loops through videos in a folder instead. Thanks.

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 09:17 PM

You might have to search a little harder. I found 3 possibilities my first search on Google.

I'll list this link as it seems the best for information, example, and tells you how to make your own video gadget.
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Creating a Video Gadget (Soapbox Video Gadget)

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Posted 09 March 2012 - 05:38 AM

You might have to search a little harder. I found 3 possibilities my first search on Google.

I'll list this link as it seems the best for information, example, and tells you how to make your own video gadget.
Link 1

Creating a Video Gadget (Soapbox Video Gadget)


Thanks. The first pages didn't return anything for me when I looked... guess I'm bad at google searches :P I tried soapbox, and it looks good. Have to figure how to get it working on local folders. I'd like to hear about the others too if anyone knows more.




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