Wednesday, January 10, 2007

[Tip] Extracting a frame from a movie for free

A tip in the "You never know when you'll need it" category:

If you want to extract a frame from a certain movie file, you don't need commercial software to do this. In fact: you don't need any software at all! Just open any movie in Windows Media Player, press CTRL+I and save the image to your hard disk. This small feature is available in Windows Media Player 9 and later.

Source: Digital Inspiration

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