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    Yo-Blob
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    to get a bullet to fly past a lego man (matrix bullet time) how do you get each individual frame into paint?
    (I am starting to work on the Matrix Movie!)

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    Well, I will suggest you doing it in AlamDV ot at last in Photoshop. In paint it will look like crap. In AlamDV it looks sometimes pretty good. I made some tests. You can get them here: http://www.antiggo.tk

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    Anyway, VideoMach will convert your movie file into a sequence of images that can be accessed in Paint and other image editing programs.

    Stefan.

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    when i downloaded videomash, they said it was a trial?

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    “yodablob” wrote: when i downloaded videomash, they said it was a trial?

    Yes, they do say that. However after 30 days, when it “expires” a new button pops up letting you use the full version for free (non-commercial mode) and there you go. It’s nothing to worry about.

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    to be more specific, it says 30 days until the end of evaluation period
    is it free for the whole time?

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    oops, i was typing when the last message came up, thanks

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