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How to freeze a frame in a video?

Introduction

There are several reasons to use frozen frames in videos, for instance, to give an effect of sudden static scene revival and dynamic scene halt or concentrate one's attention upon a fragment. That can be an interesting complement to other things you applied editing your video with AVS Video Editor. If you are a beginner in using AVS Video Editor you'd better learn how to import your video and place it to the Timeline first and then adhere to the steps of this guide.

Step 1: Choose a frame and freeze it

Move the slider along the Timeline, holding the left mouse button, watch the Preview screen to catch the frame that is supposed to be frozen, release the mouse button and choose Edit – Freeze from the Top Menu:

How to freeze a frame in a video? Step 1

The frame in the slider position will be added:

How to freeze a frame in a video? Step 1

Note!Note: the frozen frame pic is placed into the Image category of Media Library as well.

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Step 2: Assign the frozen frame duration

By default the frozen frame duration is 5 seconds. To assign your own value, click the frozen frame, and then click Duration on the panel a bit higher:

How to freeze a frame in a video? Step 2

Input your value and click OK:

How to freeze a frame in a video? Step 2

After that assign the directory to store the resulting video in and then start its creation.

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