How capture a JPG from Video at any frame manually?

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  • #4959

    Anonymous
    Hello,

    I want to capture a JPG from Video manually, but your "Free Video to JPG Converter 2.1.2 " is just working only automatically.

    Does any freesoft recommend?

    #38655

    Anonymous
    Hi,Nikky
    Thanks a lot.
    Yes, the Free Video to JPG Converter is a best choice to do it automatically. But I want to capture a JPG manually, like No.5, No.9 and No.24 frame.
    The old version seems to have that functions. But now could not find it.

    #38657

    Anonymous
    Hi, ALL

    I have found a freesoft for my being. Please ckeck it.
    area61
    Thanks.

    #39567

    Anonymous
    I was having the same inquiry and I came across this thread. I have checked the link provided above and have found out that it is well detailed and had helped me a lot. I am now in the process of learning.

    #39568

    Helene
    Participant
    Please, describe your problem in details. What program and what version of it are you using?
    Describe what you are doing step-by-step so that it is more easy to find the cause of your problem.

    #39691

    Anonymous
    Hello, I have the same query.  I want to play a video file and choose which frame to save as a Jpeg photo.   I was expecting to be able to play the video whilst watching it, pause the video at the bit that I want, then save that image as a jpeg. Does this program allow that?  If the program does it automatically evry so many frames, it will be rather hit and miss  I think.  Thank you for your help

    #39702

    Helene
    Participant
    philippa, no, our program can't play back the video. Thank you for your suggestion, but now we don't plan to change anything in the program.

    #41059
    You can use Mozilla Firefox add-ons or use print screen as well

    #43560

    Anonymous
    It's a good thing I landed on this thread. I been having the same problem with jpg's as well. Reading the thread gives a lot of benefits. Thanks to all!

    #43561

    xehoihyundai
    Member
    which add-on firefox  you say, explain to me

    #43574

    Dennis Dallas
    Participant
    Firefox was really something to do with that update.

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