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Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: Re: A-Rod

Posted by: HitMan () on Fri Dec 7 15:27:33 2001

These clips aren't much longer than a few seconds. The most recent version of Media Player doesn't allow for good frame-by-frame viewing.
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> > Right-click, select save target as, and put it on your desktop
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> > Then, right-click, open with, select choose program, and find the older version "Windows Media Player" instead of "Microsoft(R) Windows Media Player".
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> Aargh! I still just get a brief glimpse of A-Rod with his foot in the air and then he is gone. Help!!!
> Mark H.

You need to get a "gif.animator" program from ulead.com.You can download a trial version for free, which is good for 10 days or so. If you like it, it costs about $60. You can then not only view clips frame by frame, you can print them out as well. I found that about 2/3 of Tim's clips are workable, especially if you follow his instuctions on converting mpeg file. For some reason, though, about 1/3 of his clips will not work in either gif file or video file mode on this program.


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