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To those who are graphically inclined... 
10|07|06 - 21:35
¤NP¤ Steph
...what's a good screencapping program that you can set up and leave alone to cap whatever it is, and will work for DVDs? Because I have VLC, but as far as I know, it only does AVIs, and well, I don't feel like DLing 2 seasons of West Wing and 5 of Buffy, and 2 of House, and so on, just to cap them, when I already HAVE them.

Anyone know?
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10|08|06 - 02:08 (UTC)
*Facepalm* Really? How? Because I've only ever managed to get it to work for AVIs.
10|08|06 - 02:20 (UTC)
Well, to play the DVDs you have to go on the menu and select the option that says "Open Disc".
10|08|06 - 02:22 (UTC)
Yeah, I get that but I don't know how to set up the screencapping.
10|08|06 - 02:47 (UTC)
Push CTRL+ALT+S
10|08|06 - 02:48 (UTC)
That only does one cap though, doesn't it?
10|08|06 - 02:51 (UTC)
Yes, you have to keep your fingers down and keep pressing it very quickly to get enough for an animated sequence- like in this icon. (It's not meant for you, it's just an example of what I've done before w/ screencaps)
10|08|06 - 03:02 (UTC)
what's a good screencapping program that you can set up and leave alone to cap whatever it is

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