Auto-Capping With VLC



How to Take Automatic Screencaps in VLC
Hey, kids! It's your friendly neighborhood ~tessisamess, back with another tutorial. If you have any questions comment below and I'll get back at ya. And remember: Keep your arms and legs inside the vehicle at all times. Click an image for a larger version if you need to (they open in new tabs.) Here we go! For this tutorial you will need:

       ‣ VLC
       ‣ A movie or TV show episode of your choice (file format; DVDs are way finicky with aspect ratio and pulling the right file from the disc and I'm not getting into that fuckery.)










Your settings are ready to go! Re-open VLC and load up your movie and just let it play! VLC will do the rest. Please note that you NEED to edit your file path for every new movie or you will write over your previous screencaps.

IF THERE'S A TUTORIAL YOU'D LIKE TO SEE DONE LET ME KNOW IN THE COMMENTS AND, IF I'M KNOWLEDGEABLE ENOUGH TO SPEAK ON THE SUBJECT, I'LL TRY TO GET IT DONE!
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