Sometimes you might need to save some frames from your video as image files. It is possible to use them as screenshots for the preview of your personal video presented on the web, for example.
AVS Video Converter allows you to extract a single frame or save frames in batch at a time interval or at previously chosen chapters in a few clicks.
Click here to download it. After the download is finished, run the AVSVideoConverter.exe file and follow the installation wizard instructions.
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To select a video you would like to convert hit the Browse... button next to the Input File Name field. In the opened Windows Explorer window browse for the necessary video file:
Click the Edit button on the Main Toolbar to open the Edit Input File(s) window.
To save a single frame at the current cursor position use the Snapshot button located in the Preview Area.
The Save Snapshot window will be opened. Select a folder for saving the chosen frame in it, a file name and one of the available image formats (BMP, WMF, EMF JPEG, GIF, PNG or TIFF), then press the Save button.
Press the Image Export central button in the Edit Input File(s) window.
The Export Images window will be opened allowing you to adjust the parameters of frames you want to extract.
In the Settings section select the mode for exporting images.
You can choose between the following three options:
To set chapters click the Chapters central button. Move the timeline cursor to select the desired moments looking at the Preview Area and then press the Add Chapter button. The created chapters will indicate the frames you want to extract. To learn more about adding chapters please refer to our online help.
In the Output section of the Export Images window you can:
After you have adjusted all the parameters, click the Save button to start exporting.
You will see the overall progress on the progress bar in the lower part of the Export Images window. When saving is over, the Information window will appear allowing you to open the destination folder.
Now you can view your exported image files and use them in your subsequent work.