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MZ3692

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Is there any way that I can capture a screenshot of a movie when I'm watching it on my computer as an avi file? Thanks.
 

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Power DVD has a feature for screenshots, you can even make pictures of your movie with the demo version
 
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The problem has to do with overlays. Just turn off hardware acceleration for your videocard and you can make screenshots using all the usual ways, turn it back on after.
 
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