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Old 9th June 2010
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Default [SOLVED] Suppressing "Frame saved to"

I would really like to be able to suppress the "Frame saved to file_name" currently displayed on the running video. I trust the product to do that when I press the appropriate key. A nice little check box on the "Frame Capture" sections of "Preferences" would be great

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Preferences -> disable OSD ?
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Check out this thread: Troubles with frame and thumbnail capture
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