Re: RE: [Videolib] No cover art/plain packaging on videos &

Matthew Ballard (mballard@otis.edu)
Mon, 15 Aug 2005 14:02:48 -0700

Another option to check for is that a lot of DVD Player programs have a
built in function to take a screen shot and save it as a image.

Just to mention, Print Screen will quite often not work because of the
method frequently used to display the picture.

Matthew Ballard
Library Systems Specialist
Otis College of Art and Design Library
mballard@otis.edu

At 07:31 AM 8/12/2005, you wrote:
>This is slightly off-topic, but I hope someone on the list may be able to
>help me.
>
>Since videos in church libraries and denominational resource centers don't
>circulate any better without cover art than they do in public libraries, I
>create case inserts when necessary using graphics obtained from the
>organizations' website.
>
>I've recently received a DVD with no available graphic to pull for the
>cover unless I can grab a shot from the DVD itself and change it to a
>still shot. The files are in a .VOB format.
>
>Any suggestions?
>
>Pat Shufeldt
>Westminster Presbyterian Church Library
>& Foothills Presbytery Resource Center
>Greenville, SC
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