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how can i cut a picture out of a paused movie in quicktime?
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no one kniows?
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Do you already have the screenshot? or are you asking, how do you take one?
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if i pause a movie, can i cut a pic out of it.? of do i have to take a screen shot? if so, is there a way that i can take a shot of just that of do i have to take it of my whole screen
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if i pause a movie, can i cut a pic out of it.? of do i have to take a screen shot? if so, is there a way that i can take a shot of just that of do i have to take it of my whole screen
I tried this:

Clicked the movie and drag and dropped the resulting movie clip to the desktop. Next I reopened it in Quicktime 7 and exported it as Movie to Picture with the Motion JPEG A codec, High quality. It saved it as a .pct file that opened in Preview. I'm sure there's gotta be an easier way but it's the first I tried. It'll get you started.
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This question pops up quite a lot. Have a search, or just click this link :-)

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