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How to copy/capture Images from Windows Media Player 12

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I have Windows Seven Ultiimate which has Window Media Player 12. I have a large number of MP3 collection. I wish to copy/ capture the still images of some songs as shown in Windows Media Player 12. Besides the usual Windows Paint I have ACD 4 & Adobe Photoshop. WinAmp may be a better software for it but I am accustomed to Windows Media Player. I have tried PrtSch but perhaps I am not using it correctly.
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Thats what I would use (PrtScn). In case you do not know this, pressing this button copies your screen to the clipboard. You can then paste it into Paint or another image program. If your screen is not being captured, this could be an issue with your keyboard. For example, My PrtScn button requires me to press Shift while pressing the PrtScn button. Another keyboard of mine has a Function key lock that must be pressed to activate the button for PrtScn.
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I was pressing right the PrtScn but perhaps using the wrong image program. I have previously used Adobe Photoshop 4 and ACD for this purpose but this time the paste was not functioning I do not why but Windows Paint did. The image was pasted into Windows Paint but I wish that it should have been pasted into Adobe Photoshop as well. Perhaps a reboot will make Adobe Photoshop work.
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