Screen Capture Software?

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  1. Incepticon

    Incepticon Double Agent

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    Just wondering if anyone can recommend the best (free) screen capture software to use for TV & DVD image grabs. Now that I finally have a DVD player on my system, I'd like the option of grabbing certain shots when the need arises.

    Thanks!
     
  2. Schide

    Schide Buyer of Too Much

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    VLC has a built in screen capture function. Other than that I can't recommend anything.
     
  3. Zathras

    Zathras Vive le Quebec Libre

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    Certain DVD software has a Screen Grab function included. i know that's the case with power DVD.

    If not, Snagit is a good software (the trial version should be sufficient)
     
  4. Primevil

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    My laptop came with InterVideo WinDVD, which has a screen capture function. No idea if it's free elsewhere.
     
  5. RoboticPlanet

    RoboticPlanet Exclusively Exclusive

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    Seconded on VLC for screen grabs. Best all around video player IMO too.
     

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