Saturday, October 10, 2009

How to get photos from your favorite movie?

How to get photos from the movies and videos? It is somehow in connection with screen capture technology. Screen capture is not a new term today. If you are a Windows user, you can easily snap a photo of your screen by pressing "Print Screen" button on your keyboard. Then you paste it to Windows accessorial tool "Paint" and save it as an image file. Some smart guys have already made use of this convenient trick to get photos from the movies, simply by doing the capture when playing the movie on screen. But when you want to capture many photos at a time, this trick becomes rather clumsy. Every time you take a photo, you have to pause the movie, press the button and paste to Paint. Not to mention the photo edit before saving it. Now there is a neat trick for this task. You probably never imagine so, but a video converter program can do the job as well as, if not better than, other programs. Let's take a browse through how this can be done.

Download and install Leawo Video Converter or any of Leawo's free sub-Video Converters.

During the preview, you may capture photos on the go by pressing the "Thumbnail" button under the preview window. Every time you press the button, the movie will automatically pause and a capture preview is shown on a pop-up window, so feel free to check the snapped photo before you save it to image formats among BMP, JPEG and THM.

Leawo Video Converter can decode most of the current video formats. You can always get your favorite photos from the movie on preview. Moreover, the screen capture function is totally free for use.

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