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Old 2004-10-23, 01:14   Link #101
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Need help taking screen shots

I want to take some screen shots from some PV's that I have. Problem is that no matter if I use windows player, winamp, vlc, or divx player, half the video screen disapears when I try using the "print screen" button or the "capture" option on a picture program. I'm not sure if this is a issue with the players or the picture programs. Right now I only have microsoft paint, jasc photo album, and the trial version of jasc paint shop pro. Is there a different video player or picture program that will actually capture the full screen?

Edit: Thanks! BSPlayer works great!

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Old 2004-11-05, 16:35   Link #102
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Question How to make a Screenshot for a Wallpaper?

Imagine the case that you would want to create a wallpaper of a special scene in a anime you just saw. Therefor you need to take a screenshot or whatever you wanna call that in order to get an image to edit.

How you gonna do that? Using a special programm? Relieing (don't know how to write this word, please tell me) on a fancy trick noone else knows?

Tell me how to do it properly, may god bless yer soul for helpin me fool
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Old 2004-11-05, 20:33   Link #103
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Yeah. As long as you're answering his request tell me too. I need to know! how to make a screen shot of your desktop. I have an iMac OSX. Consider this as a request for us ignorant people who have no clue how to take advantage of our CPU's abilities. Please answer we computer ignorant people our requests.
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Old 2004-11-05, 20:37   Link #104
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BSplayer will let you cap anything you can play.
http://www.bsplayer.org/index.php?p=download
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Old 2004-11-05, 20:51   Link #105
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If you turn off Hardware Acceleration for Windows Media Player, you'll be able to take screenshots with PrtScn, but I just use either Virtual Dub or BSPlayer since those two have built-in screencap abilities.
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Old 2004-11-05, 21:29   Link #106
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This is the simple way without any special software.
Say you use Windows XP you first need to disable your Direct Draw accelaration. How to do that? Start(left bottom of your desktop)
--> Execute--> wright dxdiag for the Directx diagnosis. Then the Display option. There disable DirectDraw accelaration to be able to capture. When done, you should be able to play any vid but in a shrunk version only (well thats what appens to me) When playing a anime pause it and just press at the same time Alt/Ctrl, and when holding; Prt Scr(for print Screen usualy in the top right of your keyboard). Then with a programme like Photophop just open a new project and the paste option will be enabled so you can get your shot as a image data.
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Old 2004-11-05, 22:26   Link #107
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Originally Posted by JOJOS'STAR
This is the simple way without any special software.
Say you use Windows XP you first need to disable your Direct Draw accelaration. How to do that? Start(left bottom of your desktop)
--> Execute--> wright dxdiag for the Directx diagnosis. Then the Display option. There disable DirectDraw accelaration to be able to capture. When done, you should be able to play any vid but in a shrunk version only (well thats what appens to me) When playing a anime pause it and just press at the same time Alt/Ctrl, and when holding; Prt Scr(for print Screen usualy in the top right of your keyboard). Then with a programme like Photophop just open a new project and the paste option will be enabled so you can get your shot as a image data.
Yatta! It works! ^_^ You are getting a pos rep if I can give you one right now.
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Old 2004-11-06, 07:30   Link #108
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sooooo..

i tried BSPlayer: Problem: can't find the screenshot button Prt Scr won't work

i tried Hypersnap: can't open any file

@ JOJO: does this change effect any other programs or whatever? do i have to reset the settings after i've taken my shot or not?
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Old 2004-11-07, 11:39   Link #109
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use power DVD 5 or 6 it has the screen capture feature
it also plays divx dvds vcds etc
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Old 2004-11-07, 20:19   Link #110
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sooooo..

i tried BSPlayer: Problem: can't find the screenshot button Prt Scr won't work

i tried Hypersnap: can't open any file
Right Click the screen -> Option -> Capture Frame




Oh yah, [Ctrl + I] supposedly takes screenshot for WMP 9...I haven't tested it for myself since I don't use that version.
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Old 2004-11-29, 21:54   Link #111
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Anybody have a program they recommend for grabbing a series of frames from an AVI file? I used to use VirtualDub for that, but now whenever I try to run it, it crashes on me before I can do anything with it.
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Old 2004-11-29, 21:59   Link #112
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Anybody have a program they recommend for grabbing a series of frames from an AVI file? I used to use VirtualDub for that, but now whenever I try to run it, it crashes on me before I can do anything with it.
May sound retarded, but when I need a series for an animation I use BSplayer and just hit the screencap key repeatedly ^_^' Keymashin!
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Old 2004-12-26, 11:02   Link #113
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screen capture an .avi file?

I wana screen cap a scene from an anime fansub, but when I open it in any media player, then I find the scene that I need and press print screen > paste into paint or other graphic software. It always come out fin for the GUI part of the media player, but the video file in the middle is black completely black as if no video had been playing at alll. Yes I have tried putting it on full screen, and that didnt do anything either thx in advance
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Old 2004-12-26, 13:53   Link #114
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What media player do you use?

MediaPlayerClassic: file > save image
BSPlayer: has screenshot options in the right-click menu
Mplayer2: view > options > hardware acceleration 'None' > print screen
windows media player: ctrl+i (if you use ffdshow, disable any overlays)
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Old 2004-12-26, 14:26   Link #115
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o wow thx so much that worked perfectly
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Old 2005-01-04, 01:58   Link #116
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I need some help but umm, maybe this´s isn´t about "Playback"

Hi, I want to know if there is a way to "take a picture" from a vid, like those people that use .gif and things for their avatars and stuff.

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Old 2005-01-04, 02:21   Link #117
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BS player can take screens in .jpg or .bmp format. Just set preferences to a directory and press "p"

Media player classic can only take in .bmp form. press F5 at desired screen
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Old 2006-01-20, 23:01   Link #118
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What program do you recomend for Windows XP? I have tried Media Player & Real.

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Old 2006-02-09, 22:20   Link #119
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Taking Pictures With DVD

Im playing a dvd in windows media player 10 and i want to still picture a scene. Like pause the movie and just copy the picture. I remember its ctrl + i but it doesnt work with dvds. anyone help me? i need the picture for a project.. thx
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Old 2006-02-10, 00:25   Link #120
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use some other players, but it should work...
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