Thursday, July 26, 2012

Watch 2012 London Olympics on Windows Media Player Solution

"I'm excited that the Olympics are coming up and thrilled that it is going to have thousands of hours of Olympic Games video footage available, but highly bummed that I can't watch it on Windows Media Player!"

Since a lot of viewers are querying Google on how to watch the Olympics with Windows Media player, here is the instruction on watching London 2012 Olympics with Windows Media Player. Windows Media Player is a media player and media library application developed by Microsoft which is used for video and audio playback. It has a native support for H.264 and MPEG-4 video formats, AVCHD formats (.M2TS and .MTS), 3GP, MP4 and MOV container formats and AAC audio format, etc. I guess you have downloaded Olympics media content from the internet, so what you want is to put Olympics videos to Windows Media Player for Watching. We use Leawo Video Converter here to help you convert Olympics Games to Windows Media Player. Follow the guide below to conduct the process.

1. Add Olympics video files to the program
Through the Add Video button or direct drag-and-drop you can freely load video files to the program.

2. Choose Windows Media Player format
Open Profile panel and pick up the target video format that is compatible with Windows Media Player as mentioned above.

3. Edit video effect for a customized output
Go to Edit panel to trim video length, crop video size, adjust video brightness, contrast, saturation, add image or text watermark. Or go to 3D Settings to convert video to 3D lifelike videos.

4. Start to convert video to WMP
Click on the Convert button and start video conversion. Then you will get the converted videos and you only need to put it to Windows Media Player for watching.

OK, now you can watch 2012 London Olympics on Windows Media Player freely. Take a look at other solutions on Olympics London 2012 Watching:

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