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Video Tutorial: How To Capture Screenshots and Frame Sequences

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Subtitles are available for each tutorial in English, Russian, and Chinese.


Video Grabber is a UNIGINE Editor tool for high-quality capturing of screenshots and frame sequences. Frame sequences are captured in a special non-real-time mode, making it possible to get any fixed framerate on any hardware.

Video Grabber supports capturing of screenshots with extremely high resolution: 4K or even 8K images can be taken with a regular monitor. Also, Video Grabber supports the professional EXR format in addition to the standard TGA, JPG, PNG, and PSD formats.

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Last update: 2022-05-26
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