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10.5: Drag screen grabs from videos in Quick Look Desktop
If you're playing a video in Quick Look, you can pause the video, then click and hold on the displayed image, and drag a screenshot into another application, such as a TextEdit document in rich text mode. This doesn't work with other types of files, as best as I can tell.

[robg adds: You can also drag and drop the image onto a docked application icon, such as Preview.]
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10.5: Drag screen grabs from videos in Quick Look
Authored by: robogobo on Dec 22, '07 01:19:44PM

great idea.



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10.5: Drag screen grabs from videos in Quick Look
Authored by: dandj on Dec 22, '07 01:50:45PM

Good tip. It also works in full screen mode. You don't have to pause the movie first. Grab a frame and drag, then hit Command-Tab to switch from the Finder and drop onto a dock icon or open application window (eg in Preview, the frame will be added to the images drawer) .



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