March 28th, 2010

(nk/m) i wanna see your peacock

VirtualDubMod Screencap Help

I've went through past entries and I couldn't find anything that helped me with my problem, so I thought that I would ask here :)

I recently found out that I can make screencaps using VirtualDubMod but I often find that it caps over 4000 or more for just one scene; and I don't need anywhere near that amount!  I was wondering if anyone knows of a way to change the settings like in VLC media player where you can fix the frame rate to only take caps every # frames.

I used VLC before but I didn't really like the way I couldn't just pick a scene like I can in VDM, something I find very useful...so any and all help would be greatly appreciated!

EDIT: SOLVED!
john: greeting

oh, come on

So, I use Photoshop 7.0, and I was working on an icon, as I often do. I click on a layer, and attempt to move the texture to a different area, but it jumped to a totally different layer and I ended up moving that one.

At first, it jumped to the same layer over and over, so I deleted it, and tested it out. Instead, it just jumped to different layer, and frustrated me even further.

Any idea what the issue is? This was the best I could explain it; I could try capturing a helpful screenshot, if needed.

Thanks in advance! :D