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 open movies:
Choose File > Open and select the movie file(s). Or drag the file(s) to the Frame Grab application icon.
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 in Frame Grab website.
Supported movie formats
・QuickTime movie (mov)
・MP4 file (mp4, m4v)
(Except DRM protected movies)
Frame Grab cannot open files which requires any conversion or codec components in QuickTime Player. Or nothing will be displayed.
・Fixed an issue where the app may crash when closing a main window
・Updated supported format
Ratings and Reviews
Simple to use, yet with some good tools to grab individual frames of a video. Well worth the $.99
Great app for exactly what it says it does!
If you’re looking for a simple app to grab stills from most common video files, this is it. When it opens, nothing pops up until you open a movie. Then, you have frame accurate transport controls to find exactly where you want to export. Click the Export button, set your flavor of image file, name, and save. It can’t get much simpler!
Thank you for creating a simple app that does what it says it does!
not work in osx 10.8.4
appear in dock only and nothing else
please update or tell how it work?????
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.