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How To Take As Screenshot From A Running .avi Video (windows Mediaplayer)


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#1 *Desdinova*

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Posted 19 February 2006 - 03:21 PM

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* How to take as screenshot from a running .avi video (Windows Mediaplayer) *




Guide:

If you want to capture a screenshot from an .avi video playing in Windows Mediaplayer, you'll notice that it's not as simple as it sounds. Just pausing the video and taking a screenshot using + won't work, neither does capturing a screenshot with f.e. mwsnap or hoversnap: the picture is moving, all is black ...
But it is possible this way:


Instructions:
  • Pause the Windows Mediaplayer on the frame you want to capture, by using the pause button
  • Select in the menu of the mediaplayer "Tools" > "Options"
  • Click tab "Performance"
  • In the "Video acceleration" area, move the slider to turn down or turn off video acceleration
  • Click button "Apply"
    screenshot 1
  • Then take the screenshot with your screencapture-tool or + (*)
    screenshot 2
  • Afterwards, move the slider back to "Full"
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(*) In this mini-guide by acklan, you can read more about how to take a screen shot:
How To Capture And Edit A Screen Shot

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#2 pckid

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Posted 13 August 2006 - 02:26 AM

Looks Little tough though,Its better if we do it with Vlc Player
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#3 ChronoXIII

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Posted 25 October 2008 - 03:03 AM

i think i have an easier way...just press ctrl+i




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