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starrliteangel

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I want to take screenshots of the FMA movie, but Im having problems. I use the prt scr key while i have the movie open on pause, and then I paste into adobe photoshop. But the only thing it actually "captures" is the bg of the movie player and not the image. what program am I supposed to use to get the image from teh movie? any comments appreciated.

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ORANGE-RANGE

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well you can always go onto http://youtube.com and take screens of that.that always works.and windows media player lets you take screenshots.i do them all the time :D

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VLC player and Zoom Player (zplayer) both have screencapture functions

in zoom player you press ctrl + f to take a screencap

as for VLC, not sure of the keyboard shortcut but you can right click and go to screenshot,w hich then takes a screenshot of the video

both players can be downloaded for free, but i recommend getting Zoom Player as you can take screencaps as you go isntead of stopping and starting but you can do that also

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starrliteangel

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thanks!

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Quote by ORANGE-RANGEwell you can always go onto http://youtube.com and take screens of that.that always works.and windows media player lets you take screenshots.i do them all the time :D

really? the player? i use Windows Movie Maker though.. or any video editing program will do so.

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also with zoom player ther is an option to change what kind of video render mode you want. it is on overlay mixer as a defult, but ifyou change it to VMR9 all you have to do is pressthe print screen key to get a screen shot. so you have full screen shots. :D

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I use BSplayer. You just press the "P" key and it captures the scene. Can capture multiple scenes by just holding the key in. Ideal for making animated gif's.

Can download it for free at http://www.bsplayer.org/

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Quote by starrliteangelI want to take screenshots of the FMA movie, but Im having problems. I use the prt scr key while i have the movie open on pause, and then I paste into adobe photoshop. But the only thing it actually "captures" is the bg of the movie player and not the image. what program am I supposed to use to get the image from teh movie? any comments appreciated.


you need to deactivate the overlay function first, if you're using the print key oder screenshots from a photoshops. the reason for this is that the graphics are bypassing the normal screen, using only the graphics processor to display on the monitor

but the easiest way is just like mentioned above, using a player like media player classic with screencapture functions. ;)

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How do you do screencaps in Media Player Classic?

  • Oct 31, 2006
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Use Hypersnaper .

  • Nov 08, 2006

pandemonium91

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SnatchIt! is a pretty good programme, designed especially for screenshots. You download it for free, and register to remove the watermark on the images (it shows the "SnatchIt! Demo" watermark in the middle of the screencap). Just get the activation code via Internet, it's very easy to find!

By the way, it has been renamed to FrameShots on this site, but it's the same thing. You can get it here: link.

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TSPhoenix: with Media Player Classic just pause the video and go to
File>Save Image...

  • Nov 10, 2006

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