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Rosie, TV Series, 1977-1981 IMDB

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ianmax69 EN

2013-04-17 19:24

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BBC TV Comedy "Rosie" Made in Scarbrough between 1977 and 1981, Lots of 70's cars and buses to see.. Theres loads of background cars to further add !!

garco NL

2013-04-17 19:45

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Nice cars, but cars that are very background, or cars that are a small part of a picture, can be put in the comments using this: /upload.php
I changed to focus on the picture of the Austin, it's for the Allegro nog :)

garco NL

2013-04-17 19:47

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BTW, be very careful with taking pictures with a normal camera, you might see a reflection of yourself...

ingo DE

2013-04-17 20:04

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garco wrote BTW, be very careful with taking pictures with a normal camera, you might see a reflection of yourself...

You know, what you are talking about.

ianmax69 EN

2013-04-17 22:16

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I know everywhere in my house theres too much reflection,, if anyone can help me with some softwear to make YouTube stills to transfer to conventional JPEG images it would be very helpful! :)

Sandie SX

2013-04-17 22:27

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The easiest way would be to use the PrtSc button when the YouTube video is stopped, opening a MS paint window and pasting the screenshot in there and saving as a JPEG, once you've cropped the image. Also, some more recent Windows operating systems (I think maybe Vista onwards?) have something called a Cutting or Snipping Tool which is even easier and allows you to select what you want as an image, cut it out and save the image.

Of course, it is better if you use a program (like JDownloader or KeepVid) to download the video to your computer and then using a special media player (like Media Player Classic Home Cinema) to view the video make the captures. It'll mean better quality and prove a bit quicker, but is more complex and involves more downloading and intervening steps so maybe you will prefer one of the first two ways.

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dsl SX

2013-04-18 00:02

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For what it's worth, I had a recommendation for youtube captures through a plug-in on Mozilla Firefox called YouTube Downloader from http://www.bestvideodownloader.com/ . I have only used it on a few captures, but it works easily enough, and with Windows Snipping Tool gives a reasonable picture as jpeg. As my abilities here are fairly basic, I can't promise it's good enough for everything, but it's easy if you're a Firefox user.

ianmax69 EN

2013-04-18 00:45

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thanks Sandie and dsl,, I shall give them both a try out,, after a bit practice :)

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