Batch Video to Image Extractor is a free application for Windows that lets you extract image frames from video files.
Sometimes a user might want to save a still shot from a video as an image file. The simplest way of doing this is using the screenshot function built into most operating systems. But this is a clumsy solution since it requires the user to pause the video at exactly the right moment, and because screenshots can degrade the original image quality.
Batch Video to Image Extractor solves this problem by breaking down video files into individual frames and allowing users to select whichever frames they want to turn into image files. With a simple change of settings, the application can allow a user to choose from every single frame of a video file, or it can take selections at longer intervals. The application can process videos one at a time or in batches and can save multiple images at once. In order to save space, the application can also save up to 225 frames to a single image file.
Breaks video files down into frames and allows the user to select frames to convert to image filesFeatures: