July 24th, 2007


Screencaps in Windows Media Player

Really sorry to bother you, but I have searched the memories high and low and the 'net as well, but I can't find anything at all to help me.

I've been trying to make screencaps with Windows Media Player. I have reduced the video acceleration to "none" and and unchecked overlays, but when I paste the image into PSP9 (after using the "print screen" button and cropping and all that) and try to save it, it always shows up as a blank screen when I open the "my pictures" folder. Any suggestions?

Thanks in advance.
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Need to rescue a file

I'm sorry to post this, but I have a problem. ><
I was working on an important icon in Photoshop 7 and had just hit save when my power flickered off. When I restarted my computer and tried to open the file again, it refused to open, and this is the error I got:

Is there any possible way to rescue this file? I really need it. >
david villa


Can anyone suggest any tutorials for filtering? Ideally, I'd like to (one day) be able to make things like this person has done. I don't have any real knowledge of filtering, to be honest, but I know a lot about Photoshop; I used Photoshop CS and have familiarised myself with it; I know it at the back of my hand.

I need to start from the basics, but I would like to be as advanced as the artist who's link I have posted above. Does anyone know of any tutorials or techniques that work?

Thanks in advance!
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gradient help

After you are done downloading a set of gradients, should the gradients automatically go into Photoshop? How does that work? Do you have to download it a certain way and do something with it like when you download a font?
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