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Image capture from .mpeg

Discussion in 'Technology' started by Lurker, Oct 15, 2005.

  1. Lurker

    Lurker TRIBE Member

    How do I capture one frame from an mpeg to use as a desktop?

    Would the quality be decent or would it be all grainy & shitty?

    The video quality in question is pretty decent to begin with.

    thanks!
     
  2. Aerius Zension

    Aerius Zension TRIBE Member

    Print Screen button on your keyboard.
     
  3. atomic

    atomic TRIBE Member

    I don't think print screen captures video frames. if you have quicktime pro you can just ctrl-copy it and paste it into whatever you want.
     
  4. Peer

    Peer TRIBE Member

    Quality will depend on the resolution/quality of your source. Depending on your setup, print screen will likely not work due to hardware acceleration. There are a bunch of video players that work to create frame grabs, some more effective than others.

    The newest version (0.8.2) of VLC captures.
    Media Player Classic captures (poorly)
    Moonlight elecard player captures
    Nero Showtime captures
    Zoomplayer captures, but only some formats.
    One of the best captures is Windows Media Player (ctrl+i)

    -Ian
     

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