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Old 25th June 2004
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I'd like to know if BSP is able to copy the image of a frame and put it in the clipboard, NOT saving it, to be then pasted into another pic in Photoshop.
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Nope, not to my knowledge. But why should BSplayer have such feature if you can use a general Windows' option to do just that?
I mean using [Alt]/[PrintScreen] key-combination.
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Nope, not to my knowledge. But why should BSplayer have such feature if you can use a general Windows' option to do just that?
I mean using [Alt]/[PrintScreen] key-combination.
no, that doesn't work with any of the players I have tried: the result is the image of the player with a black square instead of the video.
in any case, not the image of the frame.
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Try a different overlay mode
(rightclick) > Options > Preferences > Video > Video rendering
I would e.g. suggest to try no overlay at all (like I usually have) or perhaps "Use VMR-9" (for which you need to have DirectX9.0 installed !)
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