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Mike,

A simple option that I used was to connect a vcr to the video card input on
my computer and simply 'cut and paste' the images I wanted. In my case I was
writing about TV so there were no problems about films having been scanned
and cropped for TV which might pose a problem for you, but if not, and
assuming that the use of a single image from each film (or in my case TV
show) was not infringing copyright, then this might be a 'quick and dirty'
solution for you.

All the best,

P.
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