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Screen Grabber 2 alternatives or a all around better application?


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I have screen grabber 2 which i use to create thumbs of videos. but for some reason is doesn't work with .wmv formats. is there a similar application out there that will do this for .wmv? or even a app that does a chunk of media formats no problem?
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If Screen Grabber is a screen capture App then i can think of 2 that could help you.
Skitch - Fast screen capture, image editing and sharing!
TechSmith | Jing, instant screenshots and screencasts, home

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If Screen Grabber is a screen capture App then i can think of 2 that could help you.
Skitch - Fast screen capture, image editing and sharing!
TechSmith | Jing, instant screenshots and screencasts, home

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not sure if what your suggesting does this:



although they used windows media classic, screen grabber does this type of screens. however some formats doe not work. does skitch or jing do this type of work?
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Skitch doesn't and not sure about Jing . . . .
Surprised Quick Time doesn't have a feature like this.
Hope someone else pops in with a answer for you.

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Think this will help you.

Download Aquafadas Mac and Win software: BannerZest PulpMotion VideoPier iDive SnapFlow

And scroll down to SnapFlow and download.
Think this might suit your needs

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Think this will help you.

Download Aquafadas Mac and Win software: BannerZest PulpMotion VideoPier iDive SnapFlow

And scroll down to SnapFlow and download.
Think this might suit your needs

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unfortunately it doesn't open .wmv
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Well I'm all out of ideas.
If you do happen to find one, please return with a link just in case another down the track has the same issues.

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Well I'm all out of ideas.
If you do happen to find one, please return with a link just in case another down the track has the same issues.

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will do, but as of now i am still looking myself
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any other ideas fellow macforum users?
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