• 7 years 8 months ago
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    The Retrojunk FAQ says:

    Real Player
    To take a screenshot from Real Player you must open the 'tools' dropdown box and select 'preferences'. In the new window select 'hardware' from the category list on the left. Then under the 'video card compatibility' section slide the slider all the way to the left so it says 'disable optimized video and overlays'. Now you should be able to take screen shots from Real Player.

    I've tried using CTRL + Print Screen and ALT + Print Screen after trying the above. I've even reset my computer to reinforce the new setting

    So far, nothing's working. What do I do? :cry:

    Cheers for any helping hands.... My next article depends on you!

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      • 7 years 6 months ago
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      If that doesn't work, download SnagIt.

      it's a program that let's you capture video, and pictures from all media players (great for ripping episodes of Super Mario World from Youtube to put on a DVD).

      Search for it on Yahoo, and get the trial version. It's fairly simple to use, so you should have little to no problem using it.
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        • 7 years 6 months ago
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        Cutsman wrote:
        If that doesn't work, download SnagIt.

        it's a program that let's you capture video, and pictures from all media players (great for ripping episodes of Super Mario World from Youtube to put on a DVD).

        Search for it on Yahoo, and get the trial version. It's fairly simple to use, so you should have little to no problem using it.


        Or you can try BS player. It also allows screen captures.

        http://www.bsplayer.org/
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