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Linux Mint 6 tutorials, this tutorial will show you how to extract screen shots in Gframecatcher.
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Grab video code:
This program is similar to Image Grabber II. What it does is just extract screen shots from your movie clip like AVI’s, MPEG and I think a few others. So, that’s what we’re going to be doing in making a screen shot gallery or they call it thumbnail gallery also, okay. And you need this—called GFrameCatcher. Now GFrameCatcher, all you got to do is just load in your video alright. Let’s see what we’re going to do, just pick one and it’s going to generate or pull screen shots alright from the clip then you’ll see it on the side here alright.
Now, you cab also some preference in here too and you know you change the background color if you like, lets say blue or something, light blue or blue. There we go and we have that. You do a time stamp of the logo if you like. The most important part is probably the image width and height and also the frames here. The frames here, you can catch it by frames. That means it will be whatever the number you say it to like 24 alright. It’s going to be 24. The second one right here is based on the length of the movie since you’re doing it by time, alright. So, those are the two options in there.
Now, if you extract it alright, there’s two options for this. If you extract all right here, it’s going to extract single files and that’s not what you want. You want to extract to a file and this will make the gallery big alright. So, you click on that. And we’re going to save it to the desktop alright. So, now we have it here at our desktop—a PNG file so now you open it alright. And you see we see our clip alright, well this whole thing here. And you can see that they have the file name in the codex and on the link and stuff like that. And you can see a preview of the whole movie or the whole clip. And they also have time stamp like we suggested, a time stamp here. So, this is good for the people that uses Thorns or RapidShare because they want to show the people that are downloading the quality of the movie and what is it about. I was also using a—sites a lot you because you know that’s how we choose which one that we download. We had to see the screen shots of it alright.
Now, if you’re a movie collector or DVD collector or whatever alright, this is also good for that too you know like using maybe movie collectors for windows or GCstar on Linux right. It’s also good for that since you might not remember the movie that you watch and we have a screen shot of it alright then you refresh your memory. So, that’s what it’s used for. Go grab it if you need one.