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    Question this doesn't have to do with anything but...

    I really didn't know where to post this...

    *guilty laugh*

    how do I take an image off a movie on realplayer?
    I dunno... I just dunno... I feel sad.... is that okay? do I need a reason?

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    go get snagit at http://www.techsmith.com

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    pr just get a screen capture programand you can ripwhatevers on your screen (exept you cant siez it or anything)
    photoshop too expensive? use the GIMP! www.gimp.org

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    Snagit allows you to resize, change format, flip, convert colors
    etc. on the fly. you can also capture videos.

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    i'd just hit "Print Scrn"... then use any half decent image editor to do the
    resize, change format, flip, convert colors
    happy coding
    redhead

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    and, the original question was how to capture an image off
    realplayer. assuming realplayer is streaming at the time, you
    will need a screen capture tool.


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