MovieFrameGrabber
MovieFrameGrabber
1.0

3.8

MovieFrameGrabber free download for Mac

MovieFrameGrabber

1.0
26 November 2005

Capture & export QuickTime movie frames.

Overview

MovieFrameGrabber is a small app to capture a frame of any Quicktime-compatible movie. It can also export movies, as you can with QuickTime Pro. Drag a movie into the blue box to load it and the rest should be self-explanatory.

5 MovieFrameGrabber Reviews

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Anonymous
27 November 2005

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Or you could take a screenshot and avoid downloading some bloated REALbasic program. command-control-shift-4, make the selection, and it throws that screen section into your clipboard. It's built-in to the OS.
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Version 1.0
Visualnary-com
04 October 2007
Nice, simple programme. You drag a QT into the blue window, then you chose the frame you want, hit "Save Frame" and you are done. Much easier than using QT or FCP. One thing I noticed - and I am torn between calling it a feature or a bug - is that each frame gets exported in the same size as your windows is sized. I.E. When you have a 600x400 QT file, but your window is, say 605x605, you get a square picture. What I would love is the following future features: Automatic numbering of exported frames. Option to export in native QT size (with option of having 16:9). Display of current window size. A Text saying "Drop QT file here" instead of the blue screen - this threw me off at first; blue screen to me suggested that I would have to plug in a DV source. That said, great little - and free - programme. Thanks for your work!
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Version 1.0
Akrobat
16 March 2006
True drag and drop and screenshots also work as mentioned by the negative responses below. However it's a small, simple app that does what it says and does it well. I just tested it out.... maybe I'll use it and maybe not, but it deserves an honest review.
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Version 1.0
Jjlange
28 January 2006
The download should work now, thanks for your patience!
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Version 1.0
Jjlange
02 January 2006
Sorry about the broken link-I'm trying to get my website back. Hopefully just a few more days... Email me at jjlange (at) charter (dot) net and I will personally send you a copy of the program in the meantime. Thanks for your patience.
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Version 1.0
Anonymous
27 November 2005
Or you could take a screenshot and avoid downloading some bloated REALbasic program. command-control-shift-4, make the selection, and it throws that screen section into your clipboard. It's built-in to the OS.
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Version 1.0
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Anonymous
Anonymous
27 November 2005
Have you heard of Drag and Drop ?? Just drag and drop the image from QT to the desktop... voilà
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Version 1.0
Free

3.8

App requirements: 
  • PPC 32
  • or later
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