Introducing Deframe, a movie management tool that helps you get greater value out of your video assets by letting you extract high-quality still images and clips from your movies. Those still images can be stored directly in a file or packaged in a PDF as a contact sheet. Newly created movie clips can be exported in a variety of sizes for a number of different devices.
Requirements: Mac OS X 10.7 on any Intel-based Macintosh.
Many Ways to Slice It
Deframe let you extract a single image, pull multiple images from within a time range, or create another movie clip from a portion of your movie.
Flexible Image Output
Use the export settings to specify the size and format (e.g, JPEG, TIFF, PNG, BMP or GIF) of the generated images and image sequences.
Export One or All
From the detail settings, you can export a single extraction directly to a file. Alternately, you can export all the extractions for a movie with one-click on the Export toolbar item.
When locating a particular time within a movie, Precise Timing Mode let you move in finer increments. Navigate by the second or by the frame.
See It All at Once
Movie Overview lets you generates a snapshot grid from your movie, giving you a visual outline of its content. Idle your cursor over the grid and find out the time of a particular frame.
Video the way you like it
Using modern codecs, Deframe lets you create new movie clips in a range of sizes for a variety of devices.