SnapMotion makes it easier to make still images from videos, but could use some improvments.
Have you ever tried extracting images from videos? Video footage captures all the movements and precious moments, that can be converted with SnapMotion into quality stills with a variety of formats to export to.
Here’s an awesome testimonial:
SnapMotion is the most famous and used tool to extract images from videos, as is stated in its description. Some of its features:
- Easy sharing to social networks
- Possibility to create animated GIFs from your snaps
- Videos and extracted images rotation made in one click
- Advanced settings on the number of frames extraction
- Batch processing mode
The batch processing mode allows you to extract thousands of images without any effort – just set up the app.
You can go with the manual mode where you can extract images precisely at the selected time.
Both modes are quite easy to use and give an option to customise the experience, e.g. to slow down or speed up the movie.
A couple of improvement could make my experience better:
- Help or FAQ section — using a batch mode can be a bit frustrating
- Ability to play or preview created GIFs.
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