video image extractor

Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by kakamobson, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. kakamobson macrumors member

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    this is a new app ,anyone can give some advices?
    Description

    This app is an advanced software that make you can extract images from a video. It will be a necessary tool for any video editors, movie fans and video analyst. Many video formats can be supported by this app, such as mov,avi,mp4,mpeg,m4v,3gp,3g2,m4v etc.

    You can use this app in two ways:

    One is to extract one image at a certain time.

    Another way is to extract a series of images from the video. If you use the second way, you can choose start time and end time on the movie player.
    And a slider can help you to set time gap. Small value can produce more frames, but large value will be helpful when you choose a large duration.

    Images are saved in .png format since it is the best image format in mac. The image size will equal to your video image's true size.

    In a word, It has complex functions but is very easy to use. Not only video expert will like it, but also common people.

    http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/video-image-extractor/id426615036?mt=12#
     
  2. SquishyNoodles macrumors newbie

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    That seems like a really cool program, especially if you are looking to create a gif from your favourite TV show, or something.

    What are you wanting to do with the program, though? Because you could always pause the movie or video you are trying to cap from and press control+shift+4, this brings up a box which makes a cap of only the parts of the image that are selected, and conveniently saves it to your desktop.

    I understand if you are trying something a little more complex, though, that this would be a tedious and inappropriate way of going about it. :)
     
  3. kakamobson thread starter macrumors member

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    thank you for your advice.
     
  4. kakamobson thread starter macrumors member

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    i think if you are willing to ,you can try it .
    enjoy it!
     

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