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is there any video player which can bookmark in video at various places?

update:

my brother watch video tutorials and he just to place a reminder or bookmark like thing at various places in video where he couldn't understand the thing which is happening in video so when i will go to home then he can ask and remember easily that places in video

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Most video players can do this. VLC allows you to set custom hotkeys for bookmarks and manage the bookmarks easily, which makes things even easier for you:

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i need to make bookmark in a single video file –  metal gear solid Jan 8 '10 at 5:16
    
Like a permanent bookmark that other people can see when they open the file? –  John T Jan 8 '10 at 5:27
    
not permanent but like we make boomark in pdf and word –  metal gear solid Jan 8 '10 at 5:33
    
see update in question –  metal gear solid Jan 8 '10 at 5:46
    
Ah. VLC can save bookmarks for later which should give you the functionality you require: wiki.videolan.org/How_to_save_bookmarks –  John T Jan 8 '10 at 5:56

If you need to "transfer" bookmarks, like John T suggested, The KMPlayer can do that. Download it and install it. It will save all bookmarks in a very simple file called BookMark.ini in its directory. The file contains something like this:

[C:\Documents and Settings\ldigas\Desktop\birthday_vids\spt0003.avi]
00:38:12=2292
01:05:29=3929
01:06:42=4002

where the time stamps are the bookmarks. You can ship it with the video file, and using the reverse procedure reproduce the bookmarks on another computer.

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Have a look at Contenta Video Browser. It lets you access your bookmark with a thumbnail to know where you go.

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