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  1. I captured video and clips to my hard drive and it's in AVI form.
    Can I convert a still clip to a JPEG picture?
    If so, how do you do it?
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  2. Member steptoe's Avatar
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    Its possible, do a search for convert avi to jpg via google or another search engine, you'll find what you need very easily
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  3. What format are the snapshots in?


    ="mats.hogberg"]VirtualDub can take a snapshot of individual frames.

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    The frame is copied to the clip board, so you just paste it to your graphics editor of choice, and save it in whatever format you wish.

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    It's also quite easy to do with WinDVD.



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  6. I'm a MEGA Super Moderator Baldrick's Avatar
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    Use Media Player Classic. File->Save image.
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  7. Member underwurlde's Avatar
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    Erm,

    Press pause, PrtScr (copy screen to clipboard), & paste into photoshop. Et viola!

    Andy

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    underwurlde: it doesn't work with most video...you will just get a black box.
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  9. This worked, Thanks


    quote="Baldrick"]Use Media Player Classic. File->Save image.[/quote]
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    Hehe,

    you learn something new every day!

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  11. I was just about to start a thread about this topic. It's a good thing I checked first.

    Can anyone tell me if capturing images can be done automatically?
    By telling the software to take an image of every frame.
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    you can also use tmpgenc, open the avi and choose file->output to file->sequence bmp/tfsdf/jpg
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  13. I have a BIG hard drive I'm not talking about an entire movie, I'm talking about short scenes. Like if Jennifer Aniston is getting undressed and I want to capture every frame to JPG's.

    With Tmpgenc can you tell it to do it in auto at every frame? or do you have to use batch encode and go back to every frame?
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    Like if Jennifer Aniston is getting undressed
    Yeah, right.............
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    That's what I like! - a bit of honesty now & again!

    LOL
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    Can you capture a JPG using Windows Media Player 10?












    quote="spummerr"]This worked, Thanks


    quote="Baldrick"]Use Media Player Classic. File->Save image.[/quote][/quote]
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    Originally Posted by spummerr
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    Can you capture a JPG using Windows Media Player 10?
    Yes of course. Click Advanced in the performance options and turn off overlay.

    Alan
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    guess no one noticed this sticky

    http://www.videohelp.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=239865




    because this question gets asked everyday
    "Each problem that I solved became a rule which served afterwards to solve other problems." - Rene Descartes (1596-1650)
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  19. Ok, Did turned off overlay, now what? When I freeze a clip I don't see any option to create a jpg. How is it done?


    Originally Posted by Alan69
    Originally Posted by spummerr
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    Can you capture a JPG using Windows Media Player 10?
    Yes of course. Click Advanced in the performance options and turn off overlay.

    Alan
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