Windows 10 Photo Viewer and Video Editor Shortcuts

Jump to: View Photos in Timeline, View Photos, Edit Photos, Video Editor

1. View Photos in Timeline

Win, then type 'photo', then Enter

Start Windows Photo App in Photo Mode

Multiple Tab, then Enter

Open Photo

Page Down/ Page Up

Go down/ up in timeline

Ctrl+Home/End

Jump to beginning/ end of timeline

Arrow Right/ Arrow Left

In timeline - go to next/ previous photo

2. View Photos

Enter on Photo

Go to View Photo Mode

Delete

Delete current photo

Alt+Arrow Left

Go back to main menu

Ctrl++-

Zoom in / zoom out (or mouse wheel)

Ctrl+0

Zoom to 100%

Ctrl+Mouse Wheel

Zoom in/ zoom out

Ctrl+R

Rotate photo clockwise in View Mode

Alt+Enter

Show properties of current photo

Arrow Right/ Arrow Left

With photo active - go to next/ previous photo

Ctrl+C

Copy current photo file to clipboard

Ctrl+D

Add photo to creation

Ctrl+A

Save photo as

Ctrl+P

Print photo

3. Edit Photos

Ctrl+E

Open Photo Editor

Ctrl+R

Rotate photo clockwise in View Mode

Ctrl+F

Flip photo vertically

Ctrl+S

Save a copy and exit Eidtor

Ctrl+W

Close Photo Viewer

Ctrl+0 (zero)

Fit to Window

Delete

Delete current photo

4. Video Editor

Win, then type 'video', then Enter

Start Windows Photo App in Video Editor Mode

J/L

Move forward / backwards one frame.

K

Pause/ Start Video

Space

Start/ Stop video

Created by uakari on 9/11/2013. Last updated by admin on 1/12/2021

 

3 Comments for '[Windows] - Windows 10 Photo Viewer and Video Editor Shortcuts'   

 
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Comment #3 by Tanvi Mar 2, 2015 at 09:52 am  Reply

Is there any shortcut to move around the photo once zoomed?

Comment #2 by guest Dec 12, 2014 at 03:33 pm  Reply

I couldn't get the zoom shortcuts to work as posted here, but I found that CTRL + (CTRL-PLUS) and CTRL - (CTRL-MINUS) worked instead. Also CTRL-0 (CTRL-ZERO) jumps back to the default size, just like most web browsers

Reply #1 admin Dec 14, 2014 at 11:32 am

fixed. thanks!

Comment #1 by Scruffmeister Sep 28, 2014 at 05:46 am  Reply

Is there a way to customize the default shortcuts in Windows photo viewer?
Windows 7 x64

Reply #1 pozest5159 Nov 8, 2017 at 03:17 pm

ayo any luck finding an answer to this at all? I'm tryna change the 'default' keybindings for the keyboard-shortcuts but seem to be getting no where >.

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