> Hi all,
> I have a simple problem that I cannot seem to find an answer to. I have
> an old x-ray type machine that displays VGA colour. I need to grab that
> image so to display it on another computer, as a bitmap.
> I have e-mailed matrox many times and other companies, but everyone
> seems to be talking 'video grabs' these days, and can't seem to help.
> If anyone is doing such a thing or can offer advice, please reply to my
> e-mail address.
> PS I am currently placing a cheap digital camera in front of the screen,
> and downloading the grab, but I'm sure there is a low cost higher
> quality alternative?
I have done thousands of screen grabs but I am confused by your comment
that the X-Ray machine displays VGA color. On any windows based
computer, a smack on the print screen button will copy the contents of
what's on the screen to the clipboard where in may be easily pasted into
any bitmap editor such as Photoshop, Corel's PhotoPaint, Painter,
Picture Publisher, etc. It can even be pasted into the little paint
utility that ships with windows and saved from there. I guess I don't
get what you are saying. Could you be more specific?
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