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chrisdonahue
ICU Productions

Memphis, TN, United States of America
Joined: 13. May 2007
Posts: 20

taking Screenshots of video

#1 - 19. May 2007 19:47
Whats the best way of taking a home video that is on a DVD and be able to capture frames off of it, so I can just have the pictures...

I do have vegas..
neyloc
neyloc

Massachusetts, United States of America
Joined: 7. Oct 2006
Posts: 1019
#2 - 19. May 2007 20:24
put it into ur cd drive, open it up in vegas and open the video preview window as big as you want it. Then there will be a little disk like button above the window, just click that and choose where you want to save and what you want to save it as.
chrisdonahue
ICU Productions

Memphis, TN, United States of America
Joined: 13. May 2007
Posts: 20
#3 - 19. May 2007 20:54
i cant seem to open a .mov in vegas..

any idea?
cZF
Style-Productions

, Germany
Joined: 14. Jul 2006
Posts: 699
#4 - 19. May 2007 20:56
dvd ... I use to play my dvds with vlc and as far as I know you can take screens with it as well. give it a shot.
chrisdonahue
ICU Productions

Memphis, TN, United States of America
Joined: 13. May 2007
Posts: 20
#5 - 19. May 2007 21:05
ah vlc works like a charm
thanks ;)
chrisdonahue
ICU Productions

Memphis, TN, United States of America
Joined: 13. May 2007
Posts: 20
#6 - 19. May 2007 21:09
can u adjust the dpi in vlc or does that all depend on the camera
cZF
Style-Productions

, Germany
Joined: 14. Jul 2006
Posts: 699
#7 - 19. May 2007 21:28
I have no idea. check the help files if you don't find anything in the options itself.
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