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I would like to "screenshot" a short video clip


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Hi all, I have been given the task of creating a DVD Video of 3 Video clips from various BBC News programs, basically I have a menu with three thumbnails to select either of the three video clips.

One of the three videos is a collection of four further video clips, between each of these four video clips I have created a transition, so it smoothly flows from one video clip to the other.

What I would like to do, is to make a short Video (or is it a screencast ?) of this Transition so that I can send it to my Friend to get his approval of what I have done for him, I can then easily change it, before I burn it to DVD and post it off to him.

I probably already have an App that can do this, but I am dammed if I know which one of my Apps can actually do it, so any suggestion would be very welcome, thanks

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Screen Capture Tool Lite from the App Store should do the trick:


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Screen Capture Tool Lite from the App Store should do the trick:
Thank you David, that worked a treat, I only wanted a short clip, so I ended up with a clip that was far too long (23mb) and wanted Editing, so I was well miffed when my Video Editing software wouldn't recognise the .mov file the screenshot program gave me.

So, despite all your fantastic help, I give up with it, he will have to accept it how it is, which I reckon is pretty good

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Hey chaps I didnt see your responses until later Sorry, all good stuff, I feel I should give them both a try, thanks for taking the trouble to help me

Later:- I found I already had Monosnap I found it was by far the easiest one to use of the bunch THANKS.

Later still :- in using Monosnap (very easily), I found a problem with the sound not working, a quick message to the developer soon sorted it out, so I will have sound as well as vision the next time I use MonoSnap It does the job I wanted perfectly.

Tim

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