I'm really really sorry to bug you guys with a question like this but I swear I'm about five seconds away from building a trebuchet and seeing exactly how far my compy will go. So, here goes: I want to screencap a music DVD (specifically Travis' "Singles" or a musuic video contained therein) and am having diffuculties. WMP, WinDVD, and InterActual won't let me cap anything from a DVD. When I paste it, it's actually a moving image that follows along with the DVD as it plays. I checked your memories before posting and tried the whole slowing down the video acceleration, pausing, and capping thing, but the image just saved as a black box with the player skin surrounding it. I've downloaded two seperate capping programs (HyperSnap and BSPlayer) and can't get DVD files to play in them. I've had more success with BS than HyperSnap, but using the word "success" is definitely stretching it (I got crackly sound, but no picture). Crtl+I works for video files but for some reason, not for DVD files. I've tried this on a few seperate DVDs and it doesn't seem to work on any of them. Any ideas? ANY help at all is v. much appreciated ^_^ Hannon le.
Hannon le, everyone, for your help. I've found a momentary solution.
I was wondering if someone could direct me to a screencapping program where I can cap as I go and then save all of them when I'm done? For programs like Quicktime and Windows Media Player?
Somebody knows how to configure BSplayer to capture right?
All caps I'm doing are green !!! m:((((