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MOV to JPG

by sueglynn / November 7, 2003 7:50 AM PST

I took some video clips with my Nikon camera and wondered if anyone knew if I could convert the MOV files into many jpg images?

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Re:MOV to JPG
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 7, 2003 10:30 AM PST
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Re:MOV to JPG
by Art / November 7, 2003 3:55 PM PST
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I am sure there are programs that can do that but I wonder what kind of jpeg can you get out of it (quality or resolution wise). Just thinking out loud.

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Share which programs there are.
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / November 7, 2003 10:16 PM PST
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The quality will be some 320x200 or so with the usual grain (grate?) of ratty NTSC/PAL images. We do this all the time for forensics of CCTV tapes and it's usefull for that. Not much else.

Please share what programs you've found to go from MOV to JPEG sequences with some ease. The method I've used is a bit time-consuming.

Bob

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Re:MOV to JPG
by sueglynn / November 9, 2003 8:05 AM PST
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After downloading many programs and trying to see if they did what I wanted I discovered Adobe Photoshop 7.0 worked a treat.

Thanks

Sue

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. MOV to .JPG
by barrc / May 12, 2005 12:46 PM PDT
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I hope that Adobe PhotoShop 7.0 is still around.

I just did the same thing (had my camera in the Movie mode, but thought I was taking pictures.

QT comes up and when I got it registered, tells me that I can import, but then it just falls apart and says sorry, have to exit.

I will go and look for the Adope Photoshop.

Wish me luck

Thanks for the great info, since I seem to step on my own crank while following the 'simple' steps that others have cleared up.

"Wrong Setting or wrong flash memory, or wrong Computer"

Boy I love this stuff

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Re images
by gustavekirkwood / May 18, 2005 6:04 AM PDT
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ACDSee 6 & 7(http://www.acdsystems.com)uses a Quicktime plug-in to play it's video files. The video player has a frame-capture capability (both single frame and entire vid) I'm not happy at all with the single frame quality but the whole vid capture looks pretty good. Be prepared for a LOT of images depending on the size of your video. You'll have an option of format to "save" to and JPEG is one. It works exceptionally well and fairly quickly. If you want to try it and have any problems let me know.

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by mary99971 / February 25, 2010 10:00 AM PST
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