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Old Jul 31, 2012, 03:52 PM   #1
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create previews, screenshots of movie files (recommendation, Open Source)


I recommend you Skreenics. With Skreenics you can create video contact sheets (also known as previews or thumbnails of videos).

Skreenics is a Mac OS X application that is designed to easily create thumbnails from your videos. You simply drag 'n drop files and folders onto the main screen, and Skreenics will generate the thumbnails the way you asked it!



It supports OS X Mountain Lion. I created (in batch mode) 1490 thumbnail series and it was stable and good.

Before is used Screen Grabber (available in App Store, additional Open Source). Sadly Screen Grabber was not stable. A lot of crashes. See console output :

i am not affiliated with with any of those programmers. I am just a happy user
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Old Jan 26, 2013, 02:57 PM   #2
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I've been trying to get this to work for me, but I can't get any videos to show up on the list. I've tried dragging and dropping every file type I can find, as well as adding with them with the little + box on the bottom left. Nothing shows up in the queue for me. I'm using 10.8.2. Any idea on how to get it working? Thanks
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