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I'm using the software that came with the Dazzle Video Capture Device, and it has a "snapshot from video clip" function on it, but I'm not sure we're using the same capture stuff or not. I will check on it with my associates and see what I can dig up for ya
there are heaps of options -direct snapshot on the camera -direct streaming from camera via pc link -conversion to numbered stills
..but the easiest (whenver available) is to use a snapshot program like Hypersnap DX that is capable of capturing the DirectX layer method that Windows based video playback software prefer to use these days.
If you try to do a normal [Prnt Scrn] button, you;'ll just gat a key colour (usually black) where your footage's still should be. that's the key colour the DirectX uses as a layer to render the motion.
I should shuddup now - you just need to know that a decent screencapture utility will do the job for you the easiest!