MovieDek
MovieDek
1.1

0.0

MovieDek free download for Mac

MovieDek

1.1
21 February 2015

Extract frames from movies.

Overview

MovieDek. Extract frames from movies in batch and save them as files on your computer.


Use the Preferences window to specify the rate of frame grabbing, output image type, image scaling, frame range etc.

MovieDek is part of the Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle : http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html. Purchase a Utilities password to activate all the utilities, including MovieDek. Updates are always free, new products always included!

What's new in MovieDek

Version 1.1:
  • Maintenance update for OS X 10.10.1
  • Added Help menu link to the app's website

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2 MovieDek Reviews

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Easer
25 July 2008

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I don't see how this is significantly different from what I can already do with Quicktime. I'm not saying it's a bad program; I just don't see the major advantage of this program.
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Version 1.0.8
RJC.NJNYC
06 November 2014
AVOID. This developer is useless, as well as their website. I have their "Limit Point Software Utilities Bundle" (even their link on this page is useless) where you get all of their apps with updates forever. Yeah, good luck. Anyone else having problems? Leave a comment, and maybe I'll start legal action to get them to honor their comments.
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Version 1.0.12
2 answer(s)
DRNash
DRNash
22 February 2015
Same experience here - I have written to the developer three times now (latest today, after the release of MovieDek 1.1), with no response. This is a pity, as the software utilities fill some small gaps for specific needs.
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RJC.NJNYC
RJC.NJNYC
22 February 2015
Good News. Limited Points Software has finally come around for their customers. Their MacUpdate software description pages Download buttons now give you the software version described, instead of an earlier version, and their website has been greatly expanded and now also includes the latest software Downloads option, instead of just the Mac App Store option.
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Easer
25 July 2008
I don't see how this is significantly different from what I can already do with Quicktime. I'm not saying it's a bad program; I just don't see the major advantage of this program.
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Version 1.0.8
3 answer(s)
EduDeLaPlata
EduDeLaPlata
15 May 2011
Please excuse my ignorance, but... How do you manage to batch-extract all frames from a movie using QuickTime? So far I can take a single snapshot, but that's all.... Thanks in advance for any tip on this!
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Lvdoc
Lvdoc
15 May 2011
File --> Export --> Movie to Image Sequence (from the popup menu) With Snow Leopard, this would require using Quicktime Player 7 (Utilities Folder, Applications Folder) and possibly Quicktime Pro.
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EduDeLaPlata
EduDeLaPlata
15 May 2011
@Lvdoc: Thanks for answering! You are fully right: The only way to get Export functions in QuickTime 7 is buying the Pro version in Snow Leopard (Quicktime X is simply missing these and other functions as well). And since QuickTime Pro is thrice the price, this is why this nice little app is definitely for users such as me. Thanks again Lvdoc, you cleared mine and easer questions at once :)
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