This program was designed to be very easy to use. It only includes the simple features needed to extract or convert video frames and movies into good quality .jpg image files. (The basic picture quality will depend on the actual quality of your source video/film/movie). Included is the ability to specify the time within the video to begin and end the extraction process, and the Rate for how many images per each second of video to extract. There is also the option to stamp a watermark or logo on the images you extract from your video files! You can get your results in as little as 3 steps or as little as 5 steps if you want to include a logo or watermark picture. (Transparent logo/watermark .png images ARE supported! JPEG (.jpg) is likewise supported).
Step 1: Click on the 'Source Video' button and select the Video/Movie/Film/Picture/Image you want to use.
Step 2: Click on the 'Where to Save' button and specify the path/filename where you want the images that are extracted from the video to be saved. (The image filenames will be the name you specify plus a 001 will be added to each image afterwards. Example: myImageName001, myImageName002, myImageName003).
Step 3: Then click on the 'Extract' button. Thats it.
If you want to put a watermark or logo then perform Step 1 and Step 2 as specified above, then begin Step 3 as outlined below.
Step 4: Under the 'Options' menu click the 'Include Logo/Watermark' menu item to enable the the feature.
Step 5: Select the Watermark or Logo you want to use. (The image size cannot be bigger than the resolution you set the video frames or it will give you an error.)
Step 6: Click on the 'Extract' button.
Thats all you need to do. You can extract from many types of videos. For instance: .mp4, .avi, .flv, .wmv. If you decide to include a logo or watermark, you can specify its position. (The placement can be Top-Left, Top-Right, Bottom-Left, Bottom-Right, Centered, or you can specify the exact coordinates). You can also put a logo on an already existing .png or .jpg image file. So in the end, you quickly end up with nice quality .jpg image files.
Windows Server 2008,