i guess i've failed to enter the appropriate search strings in google (embarassing as it may be to write) because the only thing that came close to the result was the post in the memories section of this journal listing a number of sites that hosted pre-captured images. unfortunately that is not what i'm aiming for, because i intend to attempt to capture something that none other than myself likely give a damn about.
thus far, i've been unable to save the particular trailer in any given format for use on my pc. i've gone through the right-click menu of quicktime and noted that with the pro version it enables a user to save the video playing and at the moment, i want to avoid that if possible though i'm not shying away from the notion of paying the cost of the pro version.
i did piece through the memories and faq and noted that it was mentioned to use the prtscrn method of copy+paste into a given editor but i wanted to see if there was an alternative to that method... or alternatives as the case may warrant.
so, any help in regard to the saving of the actual quicktime (i assume it'd be a .mov) file to the hard drive of a PC and any possible alternative to screen capturing from such a file would be greatly appreciated.
(my apologies in advance to those who run this community if i am out of the boundaries with this post, as i can easily remove it if it is redundant or otherwise causing a problem)