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Getting a still shot from a dvd


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Hi All You Digital Gurus in Cyber Space! I'm working on making a production with photos but I want to add either a 5 second clip or a still shot from a dvd (which was converted from a VHS), whichever is possible. The dvd I want to take it from is an old production of old photographs. I want to add a few of those pics in my production. My question is, can someone direct me to a tutorial on how exactly to do this? I need it in easy terminology. :unsure:

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Copy the dvd-video folder from the disc onto your hard drive. Open Videowave. Then add movie. Point to any VOB file in copied folder. Preview the movie till you get to the point where you want to copy the image. Right click in the Preview window and choose Extract Image.

 

Do come back and report on the result.

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Thanks for replying. I thought I did copy it to my hard drive, but when I try to find it, its not there! :angry2:

I used the Video Copy & Convert to do it. I think I need to redo it, can you give me the steps I need to take? :unsure:

 

 

 

 

Copy the dvd-video folder from the disc onto your hard drive. Open Videowave. Then add movie. Point to any VOB file in copied folder. Preview the movie till you get to the point where you want to copy the image. Right click in the Preview window and choose Extract Image.

 

Do come back and report on the result.

 

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Thanks for replying. I thought I did copy it to my hard drive, but when I try to find it, its not there! :angry2:

I used the Video Copy & Convert to do it. I think I need to redo it, can you give me the steps I need to take? :unsure:

 

Use Windows Explorer to copy the Video_TS folder from the DVD to your hard drive.

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