Have you ever tried to take an anger screenshot of a YouTube video but couldn’t figure out how?
This video will answer any questions you may have about how to take screenshots of YouTube videos and make them readable. The problem is that you can copy everything on your machine, even YouTube videos. When you embed a YouTube video on a website, a thumbnail of the video appears on the page. For each video, YouTube offers three thumbnail choices, but you can use a different image than the ones given. Editing software can be used to delete individual frames from images, but you can also copy frames from your screen.
YouTube Videos Screenshots
1. Pause the YouTube video at the point where you want to take a picture.
2. Press the “gear” icon underneath the video to change the quality.
3. Choose the highest quality option. Choose “720p” if the video supports it, for example. The size and quality of the video change when it is paused.
4. On your keyboard, press the “Prnt Scrn” key.
5. Edit the image with image editing tools such as Paint.
6. Press “Ctrl-V” to paste the screenshot into the image editor.
7. Crop the YouTube screen to your specifications. In Paint, select the “Select” option, then drag over the YouTube screen before clicking “Crop.”
8 You can now save your photo.
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Tool for Snipping
1 Pause the YouTube video when you’re about to take a screenshot.
2 Press the “gear” icon beneath the video to change the quality.
3 Select the highest quality option. Choose “720p” if the video supports it, for example. The size and quality of the video change when it is paused.
4. Press the “Start” button in the lower left corner of the screen. To use the Windows Snipping Tool, type “Snipping” into the search box and then select “Snipping Tool” from the list of results.
5. Click “New” to convert your mouse pointer to crosshairs if it isn’t already selected.
6. Find the upper left corner of the YouTube screen and select it. Shift your crosshairs to the lower right corner to select the entire screen.
7. Release the mouse button to copy and paste the selected region to the Snipping Tool.
8. Click the “Save” button to save your picture.
Here’s what to do, if you wish to edit your videos:
1. Get your hands on a copy of the video clip. If you made the video yourself, go to your nearest copy. If not, use a video downloader to save it to your device. (See “Resources” for more information.)
2. Use a video editing application like Camtasia Studio or Adobe Premiere Pro to open the file.
3. Transfer the program’s timeline lever to the frame you want to copy.
4. Pick “File” from the menu bar. From the drop-down menu, choose “Export a single picture.”
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