movie2picture

Developer: Jiulong Zhao

Current Version: v3.03

Last Updated: 4 months ago

Download Size: 3.9 MB - Download

Description:

--- v3.03 for macOS Sierra 10.12 is here! ---

Extract all frames of your movie into high-resolution pictures!

Still using snapshot or screen-capture on obtaining single frame image of a movie? Tired of fast forwarding, rewinding, and rewinding some more, but still cannot find the frame you want? Then movie2picture is just the one you need.

Drag and drop a video file to movie2picture, and it will find the highest possible resolution images for you.
After you set up the resolution and a destination folder, your movie or video file will be extracted into pictures without losing a single frame.

movie2picture, grabbing pictures from the movie you love.

Attention: For best extract quality, please convert your video to Mac's default movie formats first, although movie2picture accept other video formats.

*Meanwhile, you can also make a normal video into a stop-motion video by this app. You would have to first extract frames from your video (something like every third frame so that you get rid of the smoothness of the video for that stop-motion effect and yet still be able to see everything that's going on) and then string the frames (which are image files) back together into a stop-motion movie using app "picture2movie".

features:
- fully supports all movie formats that can be opened by your QuickTime Player
- simple drag and drop interface
- preset to the highest resolution the video can provide
- extracted pictures' resolution can also be freely set by simply changing the player's size
- pictures will be outputted in PNG format
- picture files' name can be freely set, or using movie file's name
- extracted frames can be placed in any folder
- starting point can be set to any position of the video
- extraction can be manually interrupted anytime without issues.
- status of extraction displayed on app's dock icon
- output folder auto open after extraction

version history:
v1.60 -> v1.70
- Sandboxed OS 10.6 - OS 10.8 compatible version
- size of interface updated

v1.70 -> v1.73
- Fix bug of nil output folder under OS 10.7
- copyright warning alert added

v1.73 -> v3.00
- fully re-coded for macOS Sierra 10.12
- updated to macOS Sierra 10.12 and still compatible to OS10.8 and above
- deprecated macOS functions all re-coded
- interface window re-designed
- all extracting frame pictures will be saved at highest resolution
- processing movie position can be changed even during extracting
- file saving folder alert added
- user notifications added
- set file saving folder function and menu added
- startup tip window and tip contents modified
- change color of all popup alerts and panels into white
- icon color changed
- show file format tip removed
- more by dragonBTV updated

v3.03
- fix file saving alert bug
- Menu item added: Upgrade Option: preCut Pro
- alert related to UHD movie added
- More Apps by dragonBTV is simplified by displaying in App Store directly

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Release Notes:

v3.03
- fix file saving alert bug
- Menu item added: Upgrade Option: preCut Pro
- alert related to UHD movie added
- More Apps by dragonBTV is simplified by displaying in App Store directly

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Most Helpful Reviews

4/5
Version v1.73
Review by Michael J Notio

Just what I needed - This app did exactly what I wanted. I was trying to find the best frame of a 30-second video, and by exporting them all it was MUCH easier to find it. Whthout m2p it would have been an hour of pausing and screenshots and cropping. Instead I just review the exported images in Preview, select the one I want, and get back to work. Perfect execution. (The UI is not awesome, but completely clear and workable, and for an occasional-use app like this it matters much less than a frequent-use app.)

Found helpful by 7 out of 7 people
2/5
Version v1.60
Review by gilson.acf

Lacks preferences - It does not allows you to set a time period. kind of: i want that you take a picture every X seconds

Found helpful by 3 out of 4 people