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Windows 7: Delete Current Playing Video

09 Aug 2011   #1
Elaandak

Elaandak
 
 
Delete Current Playing Video

I have hundreds of videos I captured and I need to clean them up.
Is there a player that allow me to delete the video permanently while playback without going to the folder and delete it manually? Like when you browse images and delete while browsing.

Thanks in advance.


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10 Aug 2011   #2
debugged

Windows 7
 
 

Winamp with Playlist File Remover v2.2.2 plugin, but you have to stop playback first. I'll be surprised if anyone finds a media player that would let you delete during play.

In Winamp Preferences > Playlist File Remover > More options tab:
tick the "Permanently delete..." box and also tick "Add delete files shortcut (Ctrl+Shift+D)... which makes it easy to selectively delete from playlist and hard drive at the same time.
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10 Aug 2011   #3
Elaandak

Elaandak
 
 

Thanks for reply, I'll try that.
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02 May 2015   #4
Avtos

Windows 7 Pro 32-bit
 
 

Delete Current Playing Audio (not video) AIMP Player can do that while playing, no need to stop the file. When You press "Hot key" e.g. ctrl+del (or any wanted another hot key) it automatically stops the mp3 / other audio and delete it into bin (where from You can restore it, BTW). After deleting the file to the trash bin AIMP player starts playing next file from playlist. By default, the option to delete the current playing audio file is disabled, you need to enable it on in settings of this app.

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