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Where do u get ur screenshots of naruto?

Discussion in 'House of Uzumaki Archives' started by Shadowkan, Oct 25, 2006.

  1. Shadowkan New Member

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    I've tried to get pics off the narutokun site but it doesnt work:cry
     
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  2. Miyruru-chan Timotei!

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    Try narutocentral or animegalleries.net.
    There's loads of screens there...
    Or just make 'em yourself.

    Also,i don't think this thread fits here...
     
  3. Jenna Berry 100% juice

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    Take them yourself =\
     
  4. Wilykat ummm... what newbie?

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    Download video either by direct, torrent, or irc and use a program to pull a screen shot. One example is here from episode 1:
     
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    can u take screen shots using vlc media player? if so, how?
     
  6. Verdugo 秩序

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    Yes, you can take screen shots with VLC.

    Right Click. Snapshot. It should be in your pictures folder.
     
  7. competitionbros So True Naruto, So True

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    here's how i do it,

    download an episode and put it in a video player that will go into a full screen version, then hit "print screen" on ur keyboard, then open the paint program, go to edit and then paste, then save as


    lol seems like alot but it's not
     
  8. starblade876 crazy like a 9-tailed fox...

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    That doesn't really work well because of the interlace or something. I used to try it that way before I found out how, but it was always weird (when you moved the paint window the image would stay still).

    The way to do it in VLC media player was already stated (the snapshot will be a PNG image saved in your "My Pictures" folder). The way to do it in Windows Media Player is to press ctrl+I. It'll bring up a Save Captured Image window.
     
  9. Iruka ♡♥~カカシxイルカ~♥♡

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    This topic really don't fit here. =/ This IS teh English Discussion board u'know. =|

    Anyhow....

    If you're lazy to download the episodes and can't find the screenshot. You can take screenshot while watching the scene in Youtube by pressing the Print Screen on your keyboard and then use MSPaint or any graphics program to paste the picture in and save it from there onto your desktop or somethin'. (And Yes, the picture will be the size you see on your screen and in low quality like what you are watching.)
     
  10. gokuden553 Banned

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    For AVI Naruto episodes I use Power DVD and use the capture frame icon.

    Also for RMVB Naruto episodes I use either Media Player Classic or Real Player by shrinking it down to 99% and pressing print screen then pasteing it in paint.
     
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