Video Finder Browser for macOS help
General Info for Video Finder Browser
Video Finder Browser is a great way to find videos on your computer. Easily set directories to focus on and quickly explore videos under folders or even under sub-folders. Video Finder Browser includes a fast filter function, so you can find what you need as soon as possible.
Toggle Sidebar for Video Finder Browser
As with other standard macOS apps, Video Finder Browser uses the native built-in command to toggle the navigation sidebar. Users can either click the "Sidebar Toggle" button or drag the vertical border to the left.
Reorder Nav Items for Video Finder Browser
Sometimes you may need to alter the order of the Navigation List. To Reorder nav items, right-click a Nav Item, choose 'Reorder'. This will open a new view. Click+drag items in whatever order is needed.
Loading Videos for Video Finder Browser
To load videos from a directory, click on a Nav Item. This loads the main view with the videos’ thumbnails showing horizontally in a row along the bottom.
Selecting Video for Video Finder Browser
To view a video, click one of the smaller video thumbnails along the bottom of the main view. This loads a larger preview for the video.
Autoplay for Video Finder Browser
Click ‘Autoplay’ to automatically start a video’s playback when a video is selected. Click the ‘Autoplay’ toggle so it appears gray to keep the video paused when a video is selected.
Video Controls for Video Finder Browser
Video Finder Browser uses standard video playback controls, like play/pause, fast forward, etc…
Quicklook for Video Finder Browser
Quicklook is a wonderful function of the macOS operating system. To engage the Quicklook integration with Video Finder Browser, double-click the large video preview.
Open Location for Video Finder Browser
If you need to access a video’s original source directory, right-click the small image thumbnail and choose ‘Open Location’. This will launch Finder and automatically navigate to the video’s directory.