Frame Grab provides you to export frame images as JPEG, PNG or TIFF file format from your movies very easily. You can export one-by-one, or can export multiple frames from the queue at a time.
To add frame images temporarily to the queue:
- drag and drop the frame from the video screen to the side bar queue area.
- using continuous grabbing function.
For more information, please see the User Guide.
macOS 10.11 or later
・QuickTime Movie (mov)
・MP4 file (mp4, m4v)
Frame Grab cannot open files which require any conversion or codec components in QuickTime Player. Or nothing will be displayed.
- 2.3 : 2018-07-04
- Fixed an issue where moving focus to the previous/next control in full keyboard access mode
- Fixed other minor bugs
- 2.2 : 2017-12-03
- Fixed an issue where time counter is not displayed when opening files in macOS 10.13
- 2.1 : 2017-09-19
- Optimized for macOS 10.13
- 2.0 : 2017-04-05
- Support to continuous grabbing
- Support to batch export multiple frames
- Support to customize export file name
- Fixed an issue where a sound may not come out with certain files
- 1.0.5 : 2016-09-20
- Fixed a crash when closing a window while a movie is playing
- Fixed an issue where a video including multiple video tracks may be rotated
- 1.0.4 : 2015-05-02
- Fixes an issue where the app is crashed when doing play/pause after using two fingers gesture on the trackpad in OS X 10.10
- 1.0.3 : 2014-12-11
- Specification Changes: Supported file types are MOV and MP4. The other types cannot be opened. Also, files that requires a conversion or codec components in QuickTime Player cannot be opened or video tracks of them cannot be displayed.
- Optimized for AVKit framework on OS X
- Fixed minor bugs
- 1.0.2 : 2014-04-03
- Added remembering of settings of export format
- Fixed disturbing UI in the export window on OS X 10.9
- 1.0.1 : 2013-04-17
- Fixed issue where an audio may not be synchronized with video
- 1.0.0 : 2013-03-15