The Star Swordsman - I just figured out how to do it, actually.
Here is a sample of one of the pictures:
Here is what I did:
1. Opened the file/picture in Paint. 2. High-lighted “Image” and selected “Stretch/Skew…”. 3. Decreased the size of the picture (in “stretch”) both horizontally and vertically. I did this by typing in ‘80’/‘50’/‘30’/whatever in place of the '100’s.
You can either download the less advanced version for free, or upgrade to the QuickTime 7 Pro for approxiamately $30.00. If I were you, I’d get the free one for now.
The Star Swordsman - Heheh – do itashimashite. Yep – I do, indeed, take requests. However, I just realized that there is a slight problem:
I just realized that I can only copy screen-shots from trailers that are already loaded/categorized into/on the QuickTime player itself. Since I do not have the QuickTime 7 Pro, and because my InterWin DVD and Windows Media players will not allow me to copy files either, I will just have to wait until I either:
a) Have the money to afford QuickTime Pro, or
b) Use my dad’s Photoshop software to download files.
Since I don’t have the courage to do either one, I guess you will just have to pick a Pixar
film’s scene that is in one of it’s trailers. That means that you will have to pick a different shot, gottalovepixar; at least, for now, anway. Sorry guys. My sincere apologies.