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    Capture Multiple Frames with Screen Capture Object

    I need to capture an entire cutscene (each frame sequentially) using the Screen Capture Object. I was able to accomplish this in the past, but I'm running into difficulty now as it only seems to be grabbing the first frame. I've set the obvious settings like 'automatic capture at start' and have done Always -> increment file name, but I'm still only getting one frame. Any pointers? Normally I'd dig a little more before asking about something fairly simple like this but I'm on a tight deadline for a sample video.

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    Hmmm, so it seems like the capture folder I created was the issue. I moved the capture folder to the desktop and was able to complete this task no problem.

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