If you've become familiar with the Music app, the Video app will be very easy to use. You'll see an area named My Videos that offers access to videos stored in the Videos library on your computer. (Compare that to the Music app's My Music area.) Next to that is Spotlight, where featured videos appear, and that is followed by the Movies Store and the Television Store. As with the music marketplace, you can obtain media here and browse to media using specific categories. Much of the time, you can either buy or rent the media, and you can watch it on your Xbox if you have one.
If you don't own any compatible home videos or have professionally made movies or TV shows available, you can still browse and shop the marketplace, but the area under My Videos won't have any entries. If you have these kinds of media, however, you can browse to them and play them, just as you would with the music app. When you locate and play a video, you have access to media controls that are already likely familiar to you.
b>TIp If you have a Windows 7-based computer, you can copy Wildlife In HD from the Sample Videos folder there to your Windows 8-based computer to view it.
When playing a video, you have access to media controls that are similar to controls in other apps. If you copied the practice files, and if you copied the "Flying over the Hoover Dam" video to the Videos folder, you can play the "Flying over the Hoover Dam" video now.