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    Hi,
    does anyone know if it is possible to do a video moving screen shot in Abobe Premiere? i.e. I wanna make a video that has a tutorial of using another program, so the moving screen shot would be of using another program.

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    File > Export > Frame

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    Marc: I think you may have misunderstood - it sounds to me like he's looking to import a screen shot of another application. Given that you can capture a screen to the clipboard (Print Screen, as I recall) I guess you could then paste the contents of the clipboard to a file and import it as a still image?
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    Press CTRL + PRINTSCREEN, then in the imaging programme used (Paint or Photoshop) click new and then CRT + PASTE

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian in Northampton
    Marc: I think you may have misunderstood - it sounds to me like he's looking to import a screen shot of another application. Given that you can capture a screen to the clipboard (Print Screen, as I recall) I guess you could then paste the contents of the clipboard to a file and import it as a still image?
    He edited his post after mine (hence the ickle edit line at the bottom).

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    Ah. My boy scout training obviously didn't stand me in the good stead I'd imagined...
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    In actual fact, you've edited your post again! You need something like Hypercam which will record a video of the actions on screen.

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    The target isn't just moving - it's hyperactive. It's kinda difficult to answer questions that haven't been asked - yet...
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    Camtasia is a good one. Free trial from:

    http://www.techsmith.com/products/studio/default.asp

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    Personally, I'd use a honey based glaze, and let it bake in the oven for about 20 mins (preheated to 170c, natch)... then when you sprinkle the icing sugar on top, it will stick better, and of course taste nicer, with it being warmer.

    EDIT: You changed your post again?

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