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Old 04-19-2009, 03:00 AM
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I mentioned FRAPS. You can even download the free version and take a (watermarked) screen shot.
It works for DVD on my one laptop but on my Sony Vaio running Intervideo BD player it will not work

Anyone else have any other ideas? Please help. Thanks!
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Old 04-20-2009, 07:31 AM
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So I emailed Fraps support and this was the answer I got (I am out of ideas and I have no idea how others do it).

Thanks for your inquiry. Please be aware that Fraps has only been designed to capture from applications that use either DirectX or OpenGL to display to the screen. From your description it sounds like your Blu-ray playback software is not using one of these technologies to display the videos onscreen.

Also, please be aware that Blu-ray enabled media player programs will also make use of HDCP technology which is designed to stop the ability to capture images or audio/video clips.

Due to this, unfortunately I'm not sure what to suggest that may help.
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^^^^^^

http://forums.highdefdigest.com/blu-...rge-files.html

There are two tutorials for screen caps.
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Old 05-10-2009, 10:07 AM
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^^^^^^

http://forums.highdefdigest.com/blu-...rge-files.html

There are two tutorials for screen caps.
Awesome! Thank you very much. I am going to give it a looksee right now!
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Is it effective? I will have a look.
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Default how to take screenshots on laptop

there are different ways to solve it.
PrtScn/ PrtScn + CTRL: You can press Print Screen with or without CTRL on your keyboard. The screenshot will be copied to the clipboard. You can paste the screenshot to any program.

Take a screenshot and save it to your laptop

Windows + PrtScn: Your entire laptop screen will be captured once you press Windows and PrtScn on your keyboard. You can open the Pictures library to get all screenshots. The output screenshot’s name is Screenshot plus Number.

Take a screenshot of one window entirely

Alt + PrtScn: You can take a screenshot on an active window directly. Later, you can paste the screenshot from clipboard to Paint or other photo editing programs. It’s OK if you want to edit the screenshot.
Another alternative to take screenshots on laptop both windows and mac is to use FoneLab screen recorder.
It is a powerful tool for users to record screen, capture audio, record webcam video, and take screenshots accrording to your needs.
You can download and have a try now!
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For Mac users:

Taking a screenshot of the whole screen: Cmd + Shift + 3

Taking a screenshot of a specific area: Cmd + shift + 4 + select
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