I just used it to capture the videos, but it looks like it has other features which I didn't explore. You have to be patient, because the capture takes place in real time as the video is played. Being stubborn I kept at it and, lo and behold, I now have all my videos in. Since neither chat bubbles or the facial expressions last long, you must take the picture quickly after preparing them.
However they stopped supporting it some time ago so it won't work on later versions of Windows I'm on 10. Here comes the hard part: timing. They should be installed on a Magnex device. I don't put videos as much as most people on YouTube but I try what I can when I can so click that Subscribe videos if you enjoy, I won't bug about being subscribed or having my videos liked. Given low demand, no third parties stepped in to fill the void. To create this article, 19 people, some anonymous, worked to edit and improve it over time.
Keep taking the planned screenshots until you are done. However Sony used a bunch of proprietary stuff--cables, capture software, and video format--which never caught on and stopped supporting their stuff years ago. Go into MapleStory and gather your participating friends. Follow what you planned out, and take screenshots by pressing Prnt Scrn.
Once you have the timing straight, add a Title and if desired, Credits. You also need their firewire cable which appears to have a proprietary connector to the camera--fortunately I found mine as they don't make them any more. This article has also been viewed 24,933 times. He'd used it to convert other stuff but said the literature indicated it worked with. I went to Sony to ask for help and after a couple of weeks got a link from them for some other software they had: It installed in Windows 10 easily and was pretty easy to operate.
If you took a bad shot, take it again. I downloaded the zip file and installed the software, no problem even though it was written in a Windows Vista era. Switch from Storyboard to Timeline mode. I used the Quick Time Alternative 1. They are cheap and a snap to put in a desktop machine.
I'm not a techie by any means, so the process is not elegant and I'm sure can be improved upon, but at least it's something: Step 1 --Round Up the Hardware. It seems to create a separate. You'd have to go to e-bay. If desired, move all the images to a folder that is easier to access.
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We strive for 100% accuracy and only publish information about file formats that we have tested and validated. . Open up each screenshot using a good image editor. Sony provided MovieShaker yes, proprietary with the cameras to capture and edit. I don't put videos as much as most people on YouTube but I try what I can when I can so click that Subscribe videos if you enjoy, I won't.
Be sure to read the included. Keep watching and listening to the preview over and over, each time adjusting the time of each picture. Re-save each new image with a name that you will recognize If you keep everything saved as Maple000001 or something like that it will be very hard to keep track of. I found almost nothing on this on the web.
Step 2--Install the Capture Software. . . . . .