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Old 2004-07-10, 04:37   Link #61
wenasaur
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Unhappy how to screen capture?

hi everyone,
i have been trying to capture some pictures from the media player but with success...
did try using various programs n keyboard prntscreen but neither work... i
m using win xp n media player with ffshow installed....
can anyone help me, pls? =/
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Old 2004-07-10, 05:10   Link #62
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hi everyone,
i have been trying to capture some pictures from the media player but with success...
did try using various programs n keyboard prntscreen but neither work... i
m using win xp n media player with ffshow installed....
can anyone help me, pls? =/
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Old 2004-07-10, 05:22   Link #63
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Tip of the Day:

Open up the player with random anime in it.
Pause.
Open another instance of the player.
Press 'PrintScreen.'

There, the first player instance will be blank, but the second one will display normally (although I have noticed that the colours won't be the same).
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Old 2004-07-10, 08:23   Link #64
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thks for the help (o^-^o)!
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Old 2004-07-19, 17:49   Link #65
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Question Screen Caps

I was trying to make a screencap of this scene in one of my video files. But it come out messed up. Like you only see part of the screen, or too much black space and when I closed the video file, the entire image went away. I tried capping it with Print Screen and with the screen cap option in Paint Shop Pro. Maybe it's a video file and thats why. but does anyone know what I should do?
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Old 2004-07-19, 17:54   Link #66
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The problem is that the image is on the overlay. When video acceleration is used the image is sent directly to the video card with only a section of the screen (marked by the color of your media player's blank screen) that shows what is on the overlay. This means that you can't use Print Screen to take a picture of the video. To deal with this problem either turn off video acceleration or else use BS Player's screen capture function. I don't watch anime with BS Player, but I do use it for screeshots.
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Old 2004-07-19, 17:59   Link #67
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...Or start one random movie, pause it, start another player, and take the screenshot. The colours will become slightly twisted though.
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Old 2004-07-19, 18:10   Link #68
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I use BS player for screen grabs, too, or VirtualDub since that allows you to advance one frame at a time.
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Old 2004-08-07, 09:49   Link #69
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Screencapture software

Hello, I was wondering if anyone knew any good programs for screen capturing AVI files etc etc? At a good quality.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 2004-08-12, 18:51   Link #70
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can I take sreenshots using VLC ? thanks.
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Old 2004-08-12, 19:20   Link #71
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Program That capture image..

i want to know is there a program that let you capture every frame of a video like .avi .wma .etc..into a image.. like .bmp .jpg. etc..

cuz i hate pressing the capture button and i miss some frame..

if u know ..tell me please

thank alot
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Old 2004-08-12, 22:07   Link #72
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Old 2004-08-12, 22:28   Link #73
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Use virtual dub it has an option to save as images. just select a small part of the movie and have it save as images.
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Old 2004-08-12, 22:55   Link #74
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can I take sreenshots using VLC ? thanks.
There doesn't seem to be any support for it on the win32 version, from what I've been able to find.
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Old 2004-08-12, 23:28   Link #75
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Windows Media player ----> View -----> Enhancements ------> Play speed settings

Now youll get a new bar just above your movie slider thingy.

Using the < > arrows on your new bar, youl be able to move 1 frame at a time through your movie.
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Old 2004-08-13, 00:21   Link #76
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virtualdub -> file -> open
then find the frame you want and press "print screen",
open paint and paste, save as whatever you want ^_^

or

select a sequence of video with the start and end tab things, then go to file -> save image sequence to get each frame of that part of the movie all saved in a folder of your choice as either bmp or tga.
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Old 2004-08-13, 04:56   Link #77
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i use bsplayer as my player and there is a option for screenshots (alt p) pretty conviniet. and the player in itself is very attactive.
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Old 2004-08-13, 09:45   Link #78
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There doesn't seem to be any support for it on the win32 version, from what I've been able to find.
awww...too bad.
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Old 2004-08-13, 10:26   Link #79
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ffdshow
Though to use it, ffdshow must be able to decode the video.
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Old 2004-08-13, 14:15   Link #80
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Thank everyone
virtualdub is really helpful
happy happy happy
time to do anime animation..
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