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AVS Video Converter v.6
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Current Version:  6.4.4.420
Release Date:  6/17/2010
File Size:
52.20 MB
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AVS Video Converter

Exporting Image

If you want to save several frames from your video as image files, you can do that easily using AVS Video Converter:

  1. Start AVS Video Converter.
  2. Choose an input file clicking the upper Browse... button. You can also simply drag and drop a file from Windows Explorer window into Input File Name text box.
  3. Now click the Edit button of the Main Toolbar. The Edit Input File(s) window will be opened.
  4. Click the Export Images button button and select the file name, a path and the format to save the extracted images:

    Export Images window

    You should also select one of the options:
    • Save each ... second - use this option to save the frames at a set interval of time (measured at seconds).
    • Save frames at markers - use this option to save only the frames where the markers on the Timeline are placed (you will need to set the markers prior to selecting this option).
    • Save all frames - use this option to save all the frames from the video into the image files.
  5. Click the Save button. The images will be saved in the selected format.
Note!Note: in case you want to save a single frame into an image file (make a snapshot) please use the Snapshot button Snapshot button.

Please note that AVS4YOU programs do not allow you to copy protected material. You may use this software in copying material in which you own the copyright or have obtained permission to copy from the copyright owner.

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