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Saturday, November 26, 2005

Screen Captures from Windows Media Player


1. Taking Screen Captures from Windows Media Player ver.6.4.

I read about it on Amit's blog. Posting it for reference.

Note: Click on an image to view full-size.

Taking Screen Captures from Windows Media Player ver6.4

Shahrukh Khan and Preity Zinta in Veer-ZaaraHere's an example of a screen capture. Preity looks lovely and Shahrukh looks great in this romantic scene from Veer-Zaara.




2. To Capture an Image from Real Player select Tools -> Preferences -> Choose Hardware from the LHS of the Preferences window -> Under Playback Performance on the RHS move the slider to Lowest CPU usage. Then follow steps 6 to 9 shown above.

Acknowledgement: Information from Amit Agarwal's blog Digital Inspiration.
Source: Understand the reason for changing hardware acceleration to None in Amit's post.