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Windows XP Video Screen Saver PowerToy

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/experiences/downloads/

I’ve downloaded virtually all the Power Toys ever offered by Microsoft. Some of them are more useful than others, but this one is particularly good if you have kids. Released almost a year ago, the name of the app says it all – it plays video files as your screensaver. With this installed, any video file playable by Windows Media Player can be your screensaver. Just take some home video footage, edit it Windows Movie Maker (or your favorite editing app) and output the file to your hard drive for playback. Audio playlists also work, with the screensaver playing back a visualization and the music. Configuration options include video display size, looping, playback speed, and muting audio. [Not compatible with Windows Media Player 10 $0.00]

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