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Unread 15-09-2007, 05:13 AM   #1
antonio
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how to save a single image from wmplayer

hi, it's possible to save a single image as jpg ( a single frame) from a
video clip that is execute in a windows media player ?

tankyou and best regards


 
Unread 15-09-2007, 05:13 AM   #2
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Re: how to save a single image from wmplayer

"antonio" <khgkhfrbnkjghkg@fyhiur.ui> wrote

> hi, it's possible to save a single image as jpg ( a single frame) from a
> video clip that is execute in a windows media player ?


Unfortunately no. Not any more at least. The screen capture function was
removed from WiMP 11 for reasons that are obscure at best. You must revert
to an earlier version or use a different program. I use PowerDVD but there
are many others.

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Unread 15-09-2007, 05:13 AM   #3
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RE: how to save a single image from wmplayer

There are several ways to accomplish this, but the simplest and fastest
while using WMP is to play the video and click the Stop button, on the
bottom left. The selected frame should freeze. Now click your PrntScrn
button on your keyboard, probably to the right of the F12 key. Open Paint
application, click Edit and click Paste. You'll see your selected freeze
frame.
You can save it at a BMP or JPG (recommended). Then open one of your
graphics/photo editor programs and you can crop the selected portion of
the frame and save it or email it.
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"antonio" wrote:

> hi, it's possible to save a single image as jpg ( a single frame) from a
> video clip that is execute in a windows media player ?
>
> tankyou and best regards
>
>
>

 
Unread 15-09-2007, 05:13 AM   #4
Byte
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Re: how to save a single image from wmplayer

You did not state what version of WMP you are using, and I assumed it is WMP10.
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XP - WNP
Today is the first day of the
rest of your life.



"Opinicus" wrote:

> "antonio" <khgkhfrbnkjghkg@fyhiur.ui> wrote
>
> > hi, it's possible to save a single image as jpg ( a single frame) from a
> > video clip that is execute in a windows media player ?

>
> Unfortunately no. Not any more at least. The screen capture function was
> removed from WiMP 11 for reasons that are obscure at best. You must revert
> to an earlier version or use a different program. I use PowerDVD but there
> are many others.
>
> --
> Bob
> http://www.kanyak.com
>
>
>

 
Unread 15-09-2007, 05:13 AM   #5
Lynx
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Re: how to save a single image from wmplayer

Hi Antonio,
Print Screen, as it was suggested by Byte may work for some formats.
But it appears that with native MS formats like ASF and WMV clip's frame
itself will be shifted so you will get just part of it.
If you have XP SP2 you should have MS MovieMaker
It has "take picture" feature.
There are other methods as Opinicus noted. so is the above will not work,
I will another suggestion or few
Thanks




 
 

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