Problem I see, it looks just like a picture and doesn't give any
indication that if you click it a video will play. Atleast with the
WMP screen shot, it looks like a movie shot.
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> yeah this is thanks to how windows media player works ... something
> displaying directly to the hardware ... I dunno
> The bottom line (I think) is that WMP isn't gonna cut it. The most
> way I've found is to open the video in Windows Movie Maker and
> lil button to take a screenshot of the movie.
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