simple question about videos using media player (or real player) CAN'T FIGURE IT OUT!
i'm very frustrated.
i know there's a certain method you use to copy images when you're playing a video in a media player. do you know what i mean? like making a bunch of freeze frames. people keep telling me it's 'print screen' but it's not!!! that doesn't even copy the picture when the video is playing.
i remember my cousin did it before... he kept pressing some keys while a video played and each frame saved to a folder. does anyone know what i'm talking about???
i hope someone's able to help. THANKS IN ADVANCE!!!
printscreen only copies the image it doesnt put it into a folder or anything. You have to open like paint and paste the image into there and save that image. alt prtsc will only copy the current window
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