Watch YouTube™ videos frame by frame
*** Usage ***
Use the buttons added to your controls or the keyboard shortcuts to navigate through your video.
[,] - Seek by current frameskip (default 1) backwards and forwards.
<,> - Decrease or increase frameskip by a factor of 2 respectively.
P - Toggle between minimum (1/4) and normal playback speed.
O - Toggle between frame-by-frame skipping for 30 and 25/24 fps video (default 25 fps).
\ - Toggle visibility of player controls.
Shift + Mousewheel Up - Seeks by current frameskip when the cursor is in the left (reverse) or right (forward) half of the window.
*** Known Issues ***
- Sometimes the buttons will not load straight away. Reload your page and they will appear.
- Sometimes YouTube makes a change that stops this extension working. Let us know by raising an issue at https://github.com/CalumJEadie/frame-by-frame or even better, if you can, submit a pull request bringing it up to date.
*** Changes ***
** [1.1.0] - 2015-12-29
- A heap of new features from @regularWand!
- Ability to adjust the number of frames skipped at a time using **<** and **>**.
- Ability to seek by current frameskip when the cursor is in the left (reverse) or right (forward) half of the window.
- Ability to toggle between minimum (1/4) and normal playback speed using **P**.
- Ability to toggle between frame-by-frame skipping for 30 and 25/24 fps video (default 25 fps) using **O**.
- Ability to toggle visibility of youtube player controls using **\**.
** [1.0.0] - 2015-11-12
- Fixed visibility of forward / back buttons by updating to support latest YouTube interface.
** [0.3.0] - 2015-03-09
- Ability to move back and forward one frameskip using [ and ].
** [0.2.0] - 2014-09-29
- Unobtrusive UI, blending into the YouTube interface, and full screen support from @tomchambers2.
** [0.1.0] - 2013-10-13
- The very first version, hacked together in an afternoon.
*** About Frame by Frame for YouTube™ ***
Created by Calum J. Eadie (http://calumjeadie.com), regularWand (https://github.com/regularWand) and Tom D. Chambers (http://tomchambers.me).
This is an open source project. Feedback and contributions are very welcome!
Contribute at https://github.com/CalumJEadie/frame-by-frame.