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Looking for a program that will allow me to capture screen shots of a movie while I"m watching it. My PC does it using PowerDVD but is there one for the Mac???
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apple shift 3 will do a screen shot of the whole screen and apple shift 4 will do a screen shot of a selected region.. both will take a screen shot of quicktime..

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hmmm ok... I knew about those... is there anyway I can specify a folder for where these images can go instead of being thrown on the desktop? Cuz I do screen grabs for a tv series and I take well over 300 images of one episode, I don't want to be cluttering my desktop and having to stop to move them into a folder....
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also if you do apple shift 4 you can press the space button to take a picture of the window instead of having to drag select it.
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I tried......... playing a DVD using iDVD, it won't let me take a snap shot. says I have to quit iDVD to take a picture........ tried Ap/Shift/4 as well.. won't work.
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*shrug*

pause then double click the movie to get it out of full screen than apple shift 4 and drag it around the window?
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try Pixture Studio's SnapClip
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DVD capture also works
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