Message from discussion capture still from movie
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Subject: Re: capture still from movie
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Zo <home...@newsbill.net> wrote in news:mn.c4c67dc7967e9ccc.85371
> Haven't tried it yet, but this sounds like what you are looking.
> ImageGrab is a free program that you can use to extract images from all
> kind of videos including AVI, MPEG, WMV, live video streams,
> un-encrypted DVDs and many others formats.
> Itï¿½ Ts pretty easy to use and works well! Also, the great thing about
> this program is that it requires no installation, just download and run
> the EXE file, so it wonï¿½ Tt slow down your computer or add keys to your
> registry! Thatï¿½ Ts what I like to hear!
> *****The intervalometer is a powerful feature of ImageGrab for
> extracting and saving images automatically at a given time interval, or
> if you prefer to extract a frame every x frames.
> Would appreciate any feedback :-)
I never thought anyone else here used the program, so I posted my
recommendation of this before I read yours. I've been using it for quite a
number of years and it seems to be almost a secret here. It's an excellent
program for capturing stills and the valuometer gives you the ability to
select as many frames as you want.