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Old 2004-02-03, 18:41   Link #21
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Screencaps in windows media player

I think this was the most suitable category to post in... I would like to know how to take screencaps/screenshots in windows media player. VDub was suggested but I do not really like using other programs to take screenshots with.

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Old 2004-02-03, 20:48   Link #22
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Use ctrl-I to capture an image with WMP9.

Personally I think the best program for screen captures is BSPlayer. I use if for nothing else. I'm particularly fond of the ability to set a template for file name format. (Mine is %F+%T,%A1 )
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Old 2004-02-16, 01:32   Link #23
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screen shots

is it possible to take screen shots on a regular player, like windows media, or do i need something special?

because i REALLY want this one pic and i cant find it anywhere
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Old 2004-02-16, 02:26   Link #24
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is it possible to take screen shots on a regular player, like windows media, or do i need something special?

because i REALLY want this one pic and i cant find it anywhere
Use something that can take snapshots in directshow, like hypersnap dx. I would suggest using an alternate player, such as bsplayer or media player classic, which have snapshot abililty built in. Or you can use Virtual dub.
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Old 2004-02-16, 07:35   Link #25
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press ctrl + I on windows media player if I recall correctly.
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Old 2004-02-16, 20:55   Link #26
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bsplayer does the job... i think their url is www.bsplayer.org .....
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Old 2004-02-16, 21:02   Link #27
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just hit "print screen" then paste it into a bitmap...

it always works for me...the only downfall is that it gets the entire desktop so you'll have to crop everything out
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Old 2004-02-16, 22:41   Link #28
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just hit "print screen" then paste it into a bitmap...

it always works for me...the only downfall is that it gets the entire desktop so you'll have to crop everything out
Yep, that works too. Just make sure you don't have overlay on. If it is then you won't capture any of the video.
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Old 2004-02-16, 23:34   Link #29
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press ctrl + I on windows media player if I recall correctly.
Hey cool, I didn't know wmp could capture.
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Old 2004-02-17, 04:58   Link #30
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Quote:
Originally Posted by flammie
Hey cool, I didn't know wmp could capture.
Microsoft has a really cute logic..

the I stands for "snapshot" or "capture" or maybe "Image"?

But yeah it work fine that way..
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Old 2004-03-24, 17:30   Link #31
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Taking screencaps from DVDs and MKV/OGM files

I recently bought some Slayers DVDs and was wondering, is there anyway to get screencaps of the episodes? I tried mplayer classic's save image function but it only produces a black image. I don't want to rip it to avi, it takes too long.

Also I downloaded Uninhabited Planet Survive and wanted to take some screens.
[a-blitz mkv version]

It won't let me use any media player's save image function,
or print screen. It only produces a black image. Also virtualdub
won't open it to take screens that way.

Reason I ask is I am running an anime blog and
I post what I watch along with some screenshots.

Please help...

Summary: How can I take screenshots from DVDs and KMV/OGM files?
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Old 2004-03-24, 17:36   Link #32
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Well, there's always good ol' Print Screen. Anyway, nothing should stop you from taking pictures from OGM/MKV files, or atleast I haven't heard of anyone having problems like that before. If I recall correctly, DVDs need to be played with hardware support disabled but apart from that you should be able to take screenshots from them too.

You could always get VirtualDubMod and use it to make screenshots. If VDM doesn't work on the files, there's something wrong with your PC
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Old 2004-03-24, 17:52   Link #33
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Print screen doesn't work when playing in a media player.
Anways, VirtualdubMOD worked perfectly ^_^
I was trying with the regular version.
Thanks so much!
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Old 2004-03-30, 07:59   Link #34
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If you play the DVD in Windows Media player (requires a newer version) then you can press CTRL+I when you have the required scene and this will let you save a screencap
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Old 2004-04-10, 11:57   Link #35
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Screen shots

What software could i use to take screen shots off of winamp or media player?
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Old 2004-04-10, 12:26   Link #36
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Have a look at this post, called screen shots.

Closing thread as further questions can be asked in the other thread. And use of "Search" would have found the existing thread. Or this thread called Screenshots.
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Old 2004-04-13, 21:29   Link #37
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Capturing screenshots of fansubs.

How would I go about capturing screenshots out of avi files like fansubs?

I did a search of the forums and nothing pertaining to this subject came up.
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Old 2004-04-13, 21:39   Link #38
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http://forums.animesuki.com/showthre...ighlight=shots

should try using words seperately and do an advanced search and search for titles only...i only found a couple...the top one..and a closed one...i thought there was more..but the top one should answer your question
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Old 2004-04-14, 03:44   Link #39
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Well, since both BS player and windows media player don't work for me, is there some other way to do this? I don't know why they don't work. WMP used to work well but one day, all of a sudden, it doesn't work anymore. BS player never worked.
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Old 2004-05-06, 00:40   Link #40
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Any way to capture picture from the show?

Anyone can teach me how to capture pictures during the show? I've tried print screen and paste in on paint but after i saved, it turned out to b a black image with nothing on it, is there any special programs or way to do it?
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