Foot pedal for DVD player

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Windows Media Player
I am learning to play the guitars and use instructional DVD's to help me learn the instrument. I use a laptop PC with Windows Media Player, As a student, I am frequently stopping, rewinding and then restarting the DVD as I learn songs and playing techniques. It is a hassle to have to stop playing and use a mouse to stop, rewind and restart the video. Is there any other technology that might be more efficient and convenient for this application? There might be another type of DVD player that I should consider or is there a foot pedal system that I could connect to my PC to allow more efficient stopping and rewinding? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.

Software/Hardware used:
HP Lapttop Personal Computer, Windows Media Player

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  • Subhendu Sen
    Most probably No. You can remember the notations and play/ practice music as per your teacher's directions.
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  • ToddN2000
    I don't think there is a foot pedal control. Depending on how PC / Video savvy you are you might be able to open the video with an editor, cut and save portions of the video into smaller pieces and put them in a loop. When you get it, move on to the next piece.
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  • Mpeterson
    Thank you for this suggestion.
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