Using Windows Media Player, you can speed up, slow down, or reverse playback. In addition, you can advance the video one frame at a time if the video file you are playing supports it.
You can change the speed at which content plays in the Player. For example, you can slow down the playback speed if you are taking notes while watching a training video, or you can speed up the slow sections of a presentation.
Begin playing a file.
Click the arrow below the Now Playing tab, point to Enhancements, and then click Play Speed Settings.
Move the Play Speed slider to the speed at which you want to play the content, or click the Slow, Normal, or Fast link.
To select speeds between the labeled play speeds, in the Enhancements pane, clear the Snap slider to common speeds check box.
Some video files support viewing one frame at a time.
Play a video file.
Do one of following:
To return to normal play speed, click Normal.