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IMM4 VCM codec


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Is there a program and/or how do you capture still photos from a avi running this codec (IMM4 VCM)

Thanks for any help

 

STan

 

No help in the other forums? Why would we know any more than them.

 

Is that a special MAC format? I've never heard of it. Where did you get the video file?

 

Do you have Creator 2010? Can you play the file? If so, you can capture using Edit Video Advanced or Media Manager (right clcikon the video file and select extract image).

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This the codec that Lorex security cameras use. Back when I had windows media player 7 or 8 I was able to capture a still picture now that they have come out with the new media player I can not capture a still.

STan

 

 

Same question, do you have a Roxio product? Can you post a short section of video on a file sharing site where we can get to it?

 

Have you tried VLC free player? If it will play the file, then:

 

"How can I take screenshots?

To take a snapshot of the video displayed by VLC, you just need to press the pre-defined snapshot hotkey:

Windows / Linux / Unix: Ctrl+Alt+S

Mac OS X: Command+Alt+s

To change it, go to Preferences -> Interface -> Hotkeys settings, check Advanced options, and set Take video snapshot.

You can also take a snaphot via the menu Video -> Snapshot.

To change the snapshot format or directory, go to Preferences -> Video.

 

Where are my screenshots?

If you haven't changed the snapshot directory in your preferences, your screenshots should go to:

Windows: My Documents\My Pictures\

Linux / Unix: $(HOME)/.vlc/

Mac OS X: Desktop/

To change it, go to Preferences -> Video -> Video snapshot directory.

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