Player Accessibility (icon)
Player Accessibility controls where Zoom Player appears. Either on the Task Bar, System Tray or Both.
Start player in
This setting controls the Zoom Player window state and play mode when Zoom Player is initially run.
Center user interface on initial load
When enabled, Zoom Player screen-centers the user interface (the player window) when loaded.
Center user interface when loading new media
When enabled, Zoom Player screen-centers the user interface (the player window) when loading new media.
Center user interface when exiting Fullscreen / Zoom mode
When enabled, Zoom Player screen-centers the user interface (the player window) when exiting fullscreen/zoom mode.
Snap to Screen / Windows edges (pixels)
When the Zoom Player window is dragged next to monitor's edge or next to other Zoom Player interfaces (Equalizer/Playlist), the windows snap together. When dragging the main window, all sub-windows that are currently 'snapped' move in tandem. The 'Pixels' value specifies the distance (in pixels) at which the windows snap together.
Prevent moving the user interface off the primary monitor
When enabled, Zoom Player will not allow you to move the main user interface off the primary monitor.
Auto-Size User Interface to maintain Video Aspect Ratio (when resizing)
When enabled, Zoom Player will try to automatically adjust the playback window size to match the video's aspect ratio.
Auto-Size User Interface to fit Source Video Resolution (on load)
When playing new content, automatically resize the Zoom Player window to match the source video resolution.
Limit Auto-Size to User Interface Height
When used with the "Auto-Size User Interface to fit Source Video Resolution" enabled, the user interface will only change the window's height.
Remember Window State on Exit (fullscreen / width / height)
When enabled, Zoom Player remember the player window width, height and fullscreen mode on exit so the next time you run Zoom Player, the previous state is restored automatically.
Keyboard Video Window Move
When using the Move video window functions, this setting control the distance and the type of mode (Pixels or Percentage of video size).