Discussion in 'DVDR' started by cryptdigr, Mar 4, 2004.
Maybe he knows something we don't..LOL
@bbmayo, thankyou for this tut its appriciated
I did say obsolete??? LMAO got to love edit Nice catch..
I believe LOCOENG has explained all your questions very well. As far as screen capture I just use the print screen button on my key board which copies everything to your clipboard and then you can just paste it into any application (I use Adobe Photo Shop) if you hold down your Alt key and press the print screen button it will capture only the active window instead of your whole screen. There really is no need for any other program most people just aren't aware of this function in Windows.
@sadass you are welcome
have you ever used snag it? if so how does it compair to gadwin?
The only one I've ever used is Gadwin...but I think I will be trying something different soon.
you did say gladwin was free? if not what other one are?
Gadwin is free...the link is in my previous post.
Theonejrs put me onto Screen grab pro when I first started out here. The current version is 1.4. Still freeware
A new feature is to save an image as an ICO file. What they don't tell you is they have added an animated link bar at the very bottom. Mildly annoying....but annoying non the less.
locoeng and onya thanks for the info
You are very welcome.
o.k. i am such a newbie that i am not sure how to even do this forum thing so be merciful. i am old (62),mother of 6 and tecno impaired.
here is my question and yes i have read the guide numerous times.
whenever i play a dvd on sony t.v. the music drowns out the words. is there some way to fix ? i keep feeling like there is some simple thing to do with the menu on the t.v. but so far no luck.
would greatly appreciate help if anyone out there has any ideas.
Awwwww, 62 isn't old!
Hi mimitule and welcome to AfterDawn
I've a couple questions to start with,
Does the sound come through the TV or a separate receiver and speakers?
Does this happen with all DVDs?
The guides on AD are excellent-the best I have ever seen. It is
a fact that some of the newbies do not realize the guides are there
or how to find them. When a newbie asks a question that is explained
very clearly in a guide, I post a link to that guide. This serves
two purposes: It answers their question and shows them a feature of
AD that will help them a lot.
My gripe is-whenever I do this somebody pops in a picture with just
that screen shown, so the newbie doesn't have to go to the guide and
therefore never learns how to use them. Isn't that sort of defeating
the whole purpose of having such wonderful guides?
is there any way to get past dvd copyprotected discs and still burn them to a dvd+r disc?
if anybody can help me out, maybe send me a pm or something, im clearly a newbie to these forums, and i apologize to all the senior members
Check out this link:
If you want all free programs check out DVDFABDecrypter, FixVTS,
Shrink and Imgburn. If you don't mind buying what I consider the
best unencryption program available, check out AnyDVD. AnyDVD is
on sale at 20% off through Slysoft until 6-24. With AnyDVD I use
Shrink and Imgburn. I have not seen the movie I can't back up.
At the above link you will find step by step instructions for each
of these programs. The site also has links to the software
You write a file to your harddrive using DVDFABDEcrypter. It un
encrypts the movie. FixVTS will get rid of blank sectors and
correct structure problems. Shrink will shrink the movie to fit
on a single layer disc. Imgburn burns to your blank DVD.
thanks man! you rock!
Thanks good thread!!..
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