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Old 17th January 2005
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Default Screencapping in BSplayer

I've been looking everywhere for something that will let me cap DVDs, and this looked perfect...but after I've right-clicked and gone to screencap, when I go to try and find the JPGs, they just...aren't anywhere. Eventually I asked it to save all the screencaps to the desktop so I didn't have to go through hundreds of folders, but...gaaah. They're just not there.

So tell me what I've missed...or what my computer is clearly incapable of doing. :roll:
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Do we talk about the feature of capturing screenshots (of BSplayer) using P and Shift+P ?
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http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?p=11762#11762
http://forum.bsplayer.org/viewtopic.php?p=13279#13279
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Thanks for the links, but -

I did everything I was supposed to. I started up BSplayer, I put in a DVD, the DVD started playing in WinDVD4, I right-clicked on BSplayer and went to options > screencapture. But it just didn't save anywhere...at all. I tried having it save (by going to the save-in-directory thing) in about five different places, and none of them worked. And no JPGS in the default folder, either. They're just not anywhere.

Please help? I thought this looked like a good program, and I want to be proven right.
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You should play the DVD WITH BSplayer, to take a capture.
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How to play?
See adicoto's posts here

(By the way: hasn't WinDVD itself perhaps a possibility to save screens?)
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Ah, so it was something fairly obvious after all.

Thanks. Can I post here again if I have more problems? (which I will, trust me. :p)

(And yeah, WinDVD is supposed to screencap, but not on the free vrsions which come free with the computer, and that's what I've got)
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We will ne here, waiting for your posts. :roll:
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Well, you don't have to if you don't want to...you probably have better things to do. ;)

(I don't, hence why I thought 'I know! I'll get ahold of something that lets you cap DVDs and...cap a DVD!)
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BSPeter is moderator, it's his job to answer posts. Me, I am just a guy who like to help peoples.
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BSPeter is moderator, it's his job to answer posts. Me, I am just a guy who like to help peoples.
Wooowww ...
Just to be entirely clear:
It surely is not my job to answer posts. I'm in no way employed by or otherwise connected to bst (other than being an enthousiast BSPlayer user or course). I have a full time (sometimes more than full time) managerial job in my own country (The Netherlands), whereas BSPlayer's home is in Slovenia.
Just like you adicoto, I'm just another guy who likes to help people (more or less also as a way to unwind after work)!
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OK, this time around-

I started up Bsplayer, put in a DVD, went to open file and clicked on one of the files, which said it was a BS file. Then a little box popped up saying that it couldn't open the file.

So what's that about? I can't really be this stupid. Can I?
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Okay. Codecs. I've got that far. Which ones do I apparently need? All the DVDs I'm trying to play work fine in WinDVD....

Yeah. It won't play .movs or anything from the DVD whatsoever. And the FAQ said to use AviCodec, but unbelievably, that doesn't work for me either.
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Okay...I downloaded Divx and now it plays but there's a black screen. :roll:

EDIT: Actually, forget it, now it's not even doing that
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You need an MPEG2 decoder. Such as elecard, bitctrl...

@BSPeter, I didn't ment to sound like emploee, but like is your duty to reply, as a moderator. No harm intended.
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@BSPeter, I didn't ment to sound like emploee, but like is your duty to reply, as a moderator. No harm intended.
I repeat: no duty whatsoever.
I was given that functionality with no strings attached.
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