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ILoveDaniel

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I hope this goes here.

Anyway I have GOM Player and it's the only program (to my knowledge after countless google searche) that I can use to batch capture from video files. Well I have a DVD of The Crow that I want to batch capture some images from to create a neat .gif of. Well whenever I open the DVD in GOM Player you know how when the DVD menus come up and you can choose from Scene Selections, Play, etc etc? I cannot click any of those buttons with my mouse, I have to use the arrow keys on my computer. Usually when I use GOM Player it works for other video file types but not the DVD file...:)
So I ignore that issue and just use my keyboard arrow keys and go to the area I want to capture but whenever I click Screen Capture from the Control Panel, even though at the top right-hand corner it says 'Saved to the designated folder..' it is not saved in the folder I specified at all. I try using the Advanced Screen Capture button and capturing but when I go to the folder I specified the screen captures to go to they are not there and I am at my wits end with this program.

Any help?
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Here is some stuff from videohelp.com
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I'm sorry but that's no help.
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Before I close this topic, it might help to be more specific.
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Be more specific about what? I created a full (more than full) paragraph about what problem I am having. I don't know what else I can do.

Here are some specs too, for the DVD in the drive (The Crow):

*** DIRECTSHOW FILTER LIST ***
1. Default DirectSound Device
2. VMR9 - Renderless mode
3. Microsoft MPEG-1/DD Audio Decoder
4. Mpeg2Dec Filter
5. DVD Navigator




*** AUDIO INFO ***
SampleRate(Sample/sec) : 48000
BitRate(Bit/sample) : 16
Channels : 2
KBitRate(KBit/sec) : 0
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