SnapMotion : Easily extract images from video

Developer: JeremyCreation

Current Version: 2.3

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 3.4 MB - Download

Description:

This version is specially made for OS X 10.7, 10.8 and 10.9.
A new version named SnapMotion 3 is available on the Mac AppStore for OS X 10.10 and later.

SnapMotion is an application which allows you to extract images from videos in a quick and simple way. Extracted images are in the best possible quality and can be resized before being saved.

With SnapMotion, you can manually extract an image from any point in a video, or, they can be extracted automatically every at intervals you define.

Moreover, SnapMotion includes now a batch processing window. You can extract images from multiple files and then export them with a watermark and a custom output name.

The application can play and extract from all videos which can be opened in Quicktime
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News :
- Retina support
- possibility to import and export snap settings
- edit panel
- Batch processing window
- watermark tool
- custom output name

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Release Notes:

- Retina bug fixes
- Batch processing window
- watermark tool
- custom output name

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Most Helpful Reviews

5/5
Version 2.3
Review by Espantaguest

SnapMotion does its job - Overcomes the problem that Quicktime7 exports .pct, which can’t be opened by Photoshop any more. Does take a little time to load source videos, but is simple to use, and the batch processing works great. You can select a bunch of pictures from a bunch of different videos and grab them all at once. Capturing can be automatic (every so many seconds/frames) or manually. Files are numbered by time - either seconds or HH:MM:SS:MS. You can set output file as .jpeg or .png and they come out in the video’s native resolution. Nice extras are that you can add a watermark and save settings for re-use later. Big problem solver.

Found helpful by 5 out of 5 people

More Reviews for Current Version

2/5
Version 2.3
Review by TommyBoyChicago

Bad Choice for Video Pros - I purcahsed this thinking it would simplify the process of taking still frames from videos we do for the client website. However, it will not open a ProRes video file without locking up the whole machine. I confirmed with the developer that “it doesn’t work with large video files”. I guess 10 gigs is considered too large. I’m not sure why file size would be a limiting factor aside from poorly written code. The idea behind this is good, but it falls flat on execution. It’s more of a consumer “toy” than a pro “tool”. I’m hoping a future version is more polished.

Found helpful by 8 out of 9 people
5/5
Version 2.3
Review by Consummate1

Recommended. - Does what it does, and does it well. Is the only app I found that allows easy stepping backwards through movies by frame. (Many allow stepping forwards by frame.) The interface collects your stills and then let's you export them as a group, works well. I tried QT 7 Pro, QT X, VLC, MPEG Streamclip — all good, but none as good as SnapMotion for quickly extracting stills from video. I have run it on MP4 files up to 1.3 GB with no problems at all. If you need to extract high-quality stills from video, and you need frame-by-frame control, get it.

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people
5/5
Version 2.3
Review by Louie the bookie

RigItRalph - Downloaded the app and in less than 3 minutes I had the stills I needed for the incident investigation report I’m working on. Simple + Effective = AWESOME!

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
2/5
Version 2.3
Review by bat1973

batch processing of 4k video crashes often - Individual files work fine, but it crashes when doing batch operations all the time.

Found helpful by 2 out of 3 people
2/5
Version 2.3
Review by Mclein79

Crash all the time - Well.. good luck. I export one frame from a batch of 25 clips everyone from 6 to 30 seconds long.. common codec and format The results is countless crashes and instead of proper images i have many black frames… very frustrating..

Found helpful by 2 out of 2 people
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