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Screencapping with VLC - tutorial

After getting a new computer and reinstalling everything, I now have a new version of VLC to cap with.

The differences to the interface are minor, but I made a new tutorial for it, which can be found here for anyone interested.

Note: it seems as if you get fewer caps with the new version of VLC, which makes no sense to me. I mean, you cap every some number of frames, and that should be the same, right? Anyway, in version 2.0.0 you got about 5000 caps when capping every 12 frames. Now (version 2.2.1) you need to cap every 7 or 8 frame to get that. I guess it could somehow be related to differences in the computers architecture, but I can't figure out how right now. Just be prepared to change the capping frequency if you want the same number of caps.

UPGRADE TO VERSION 2.2.2! Version 2.2.1 has a bug that means you can't set image height and width correctly, and the capping frequency is off!

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