OT Exporting movie clip to stills

Richmond Mathewson richmondmathewson at gmail.com
Wed Apr 28 12:13:14 EDT 2010

  On 28/04/2010 17:45, Mark Swindell wrote:
> Can anyone point me to a utility that would allow for the following scenario?:
> Select a section of a .mov file
> Set a particular number of frames desired for export
> Have the selected section of the .mov file divided into the above number of frames, and
> Export a still of each section
> So let's assume you have a person diving.
> Select a dive (a five second section of .mov file)
> Select 10 frames
> Click export
> You get 10 evenly spaced stills of the dive (a stop action sequence)  exported to the folder of your choice
> Of course it wouldn't need to work exactly as the above, but this is the idea... to be able to print freeze frame analysis of sports plays
> Thanks,
> Mark
> I'm using Mac, but have Windows installed under Parallels
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Quicktime Pro costs about $25

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