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Some screencaps from MacBeth. Not as clear as I would like.




























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avictoriangirl
Aug. 13th, 2009 11:18 pm (UTC)
Um, well I meant when you watch the movie, does it have the blackout at top and bottom?

Anyway, here is the free program I promised you. :) It's called The KMPlayer. Once you get it up and running, place your cursor anywhere in the blank area of the part that says KMPlayer and right click, it will give you the menu, which looks like this. Pop your DVD in and if it does not automatically play, then select "open", and then "open DVD". When you get to a spot that you want to cap, there are hot keys (shortcut keys) to take quick screencaps with. Make sure the movie is full screen and then simply click: Ctrl+Alt+E. The menu for making screencaps is the capture menu, which looks like this. You can even choose what folders you want the captures to go into as well as choosing to make them jpeg, so that you don't have to convert them! You can also make continuous and frame by frame captures with this program, but that gets a little more complicated. When you are ready to do that, ask me and I'll tell you how. :) Play around with it, if you have any questions don't hesitate to ask me. One word of warning though, when using this program, don't chose "Frame:Original size", the caps don't come out in the right aspect ratio for some reason.

And thank you! I'm glad you like my new icon, it's from one of the caps that I took last night from The Tudors. :D

Edited at 2009-08-13 11:24 pm (UTC)

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