Is there a way to extract DVD movie "Still Galleries" into images like .jpeg or something?
I know many of you, when purchased a DVD, have noticed that sometimes in the extras, there are some called "Still Galleries" that include pictures from the movie or anything related. I'm wondering if theres a way to extract those images into the computer in any image format. (or video for that matter)
- GLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
You want to use the print screen key on your keyboard. This is how to use it.
For Windows XP
For this demonstration, ensure that you are connected to the Internet.
Then Double click on the Internet Explorer icon on your Desktop until it opens a Web Page.
After the Web Page loads, press the Print Screen (Prnt Scrn) button on your keyboard.
Windows will send the entire contents of your Web Page to the Clipboard in graphic format.
Now open up the Windows Paint Program by first clicking on your Start Button.
Then move your mouse over the All Programs icon to display all Start Menu folders.
If your Start Menu is set to the Classic View, move your mouse over the Programs folder instead.
Now, move your mouse onto the Accessories menu folder until it expands.
Now click on the Paint icon to launch the Microsoft Paint Program.
Then click on the word Edit, which is contained in your top tool bar area.
This will pull down a menu for you to now click on Paste.
Notice how Windows pastes the entire contents of your Web Page into the Paint program.
And all the tools of the Paint Program are available to reduce, enlarge and Print the contents.
To Print, click on the word File, which is contained in your top tool bar area.
This will pull down a menu for you to now click on Print.
- 1 decade ago
i'm sure therre is a better way. but in the mean time use powerDVD (www.gocyberlink.com) to play the files you want and use the camera control to capture a screen shot.
you then have the image you want.
until you find a better way you can use this. it works in the main movie too to grab a screen shot. say if you want a clip from your favourite movie as a wallpaper for your computer desktop.
good luck if you find a better way let me know.
- 1 decade ago
If you have the InterVideo WinDVD then the only way to do that is by clicking the letter P and saving the photo you want to ;)