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Garcia-Lasheras
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re: Video: "Our Story" – History of the world in just two minutes!
Garcia-Lasheras   1/25/2013 12:20:54 AM
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A last tip: this works at least in the Chrome web browser. With Firefox/Iceweasel, the video steps are about 15 seconds length. I've not tested IExplorer...

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re: Video: "Our Story" – History of the world in just two minutes!
Garcia-Lasheras   1/25/2013 12:13:16 AM
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Hi David, just use left/right arrow keys with the video paused. It works better within the Youtube site and when the video is (almost) loaded. I've tested it and the individual pics are really amazing!! NOTE: you must click multiple times the keys in order to advance to a new picture, as there is not a direct correspondence between frames and images.

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re: Video: "Our Story" – History of the world in just two minutes!
David Ashton   1/24/2013 9:42:53 PM
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Does anyone know how you can "Frame Step" something like this better than hitting the pause/play button fast?

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re: Video: "Our Story" – History of the world in just two minutes!
jaadams2648   1/24/2013 9:05:04 PM
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Difficult, if not impossible, to put into words. I think "WHEW!" works...

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