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  1. #76
    Nice thread. There is some good screenshot takers in here! Could we get this stickied.
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    Default Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street


    Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street - 15 screenshots / computer image capture (link to full-res index)

  3. #78
    Hi, could anyone post screens of Kill Bill Volume 1, especially scenes from Chapter 5?
  4. #79
    Quote Originally Posted by Windows V View Post
    Hi, could anyone post screens of Kill Bill Volume 1, especially scenes from Chapter 5?
    I will be getting this movie within the next week. If somebody hasn't posted any by then, I will make it my next movie to screen
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  5. #80
    Bee Movie screens, Computer Image Capture:





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    Bee Movie continued:





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    How do you guys get these pics? with camera or snapshot? Please explain how so i can try for myself.
    All Blu-ray Exclusive Studios MUST have SDH* (Subtitles for Deaf and Hard of Hearing) to enhance the High Defintion experience! I succeeded with Lionsgate, now they use SDH* for all Blu-ray movies.

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  8. #83
    Quote Originally Posted by Caligula View Post
    How do you guys get these pics? with camera or snapshot? Please explain how so i can try for myself.
    Some of us have a Blu-Ray drive on our computer which allows us to take direct screen captures. Others are taking digital pictures of external displays with a camera. Both methods are effective and welcome in this thread.

    If you have a Blu-Ray drive and need help taking screens I can post a tutorial.

    If you have a digital camera and an external display you could probably figure out an easy way to do it. You can crop and resize photos in paint. So your only obstacle would be finding good screenshot material. Try to find good clean shots that don't have much blur in the image. You might have to pause and go frame by frame to find the cleanest shot.

    Let me know if you have any more questions. I would be glad to help
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  9. #84
    I would appreciate a tutorial. That would be fantastic.
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  10. #85
    Quote Originally Posted by Blu-News.com View Post
    I would appreciate a tutorial. That would be fantastic.
    No problem. I will work on one tonight. It can be a little bit confusing so I will make a detailed guide.

    If somebody who takes external shots with a camera could make a small tutorial on how to do that, I will put links to both tutorials in the main post.
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  11. #86

    Default PC Screen Capture Tutorial


    This tutorial is for anybody who has a Blu-Ray Disc Drive and watches movies on their computer.

    You must have AnyDVD HD installed and running.

    I can confirm that this will work for Windows Vista or Windows XP.

    I have 0 experience with other operating systems so if you aren't using one of these you will have to find another way (sorry).

    You will need Microsoft Word, a .zip utility, and AnyDVD HD.

    I have provided a link to download the tutorial and all the files you need. View the Word file first and follow it as you go along.

    Download File
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    The problem with doing a tutorial for external shots, is that the quality of your shots may easily come down to the quality of your digital camera.

    I'll do my best to get some Risky Business screens up, sometime, today. I've been very busy and haven't had a chance to get around to it, all week.
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  13. #88
    Tropic Thunder (offscreen)











    ^ The scene where he's talking about Blu-ray vs HD DVD









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    Tropic Thunder (continued)











    Tom Cruise was, well... hairy and creepy!
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    Awesome Cakefoo. Nice shots of Tropic Thunder!
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