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Capturing FSX Pics

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Tom (cthiggin) First Officer

Hello fellow simmers -
I have seen some great photos posted here of simmers capturing in-flight shots as well as stills - What program is being used OR is there a way of capturing in FSX? - I know you can do a short video, but stills?
Thanks in advance - You help is always appreciated..................
cthiggin 🙂

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RadarMan Chief Captain

The "V" key will capture shots in FSX but this link is what we all use.

https://forum.flyawaysimulation.com/forum/topic/11288/guide-to-upload-our-pics/

Radar

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Tailhook Chief Captain
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don't just grab an image... record a video for us to see !!!

there's a free video capture program:
http://www.thesilver.net/

you can then upload your video to youtube.com , google video , or photobucket .

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art lippel (effieveda) First Officer

You can also hit Alt + PrintScreen. That puts your picture on the clip board. Then you can go into Paint and select Edit > Paste. Or if you have Photoshop you can open it, choose File > New, then Edit > paste. That way you can crop, resize or what ever your heart desires. Now you have your picture and can upload to Photobucket. Don't forget to "Save As" jpeg. I don't know about other formats, but jpeg works for me.
Best regards...Art

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Tom (cthiggin) First Officer

Thanks so much folks - (I'm in the printing business) so I have Photoshop and Illustrator - So I can do the editing -
I sure appreciate you all-
cthiggin 🙂

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Tailhook Chief Captain

Anonymous wrote:

don't just grab an image... record a video for us to see !!!

there's a free video capture program:
http://www.thesilver.net/

you can then upload your video to youtube.com , google video , or photobucket .

You might wanna grace us with a presentation and point out the advantages of Bulent over Fraps.

Now that's how you make a sale 🙂

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