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Jun 08, 2010 18:31 |  #1

Just curious if there are any programs I can use with my T2i videos that will allow me to pull individual frames from the HD video and use them as photos. Thanks :)


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Jun 08, 2010 18:44 |  #2

Photoshop CS3 and up:


File > Import > Video frames to layers.


It will allow you to set the range for the frames you want. All you have to do is open the animation bar next. The frames will show up as separate layers. :)




  
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Jun 08, 2010 21:38 |  #3

Holy crap that's intense! Thanks! It's like a whole new world. I'm excited :D

EDIT: Looking through CS4, the only options I have in import are Variable Data Sets (grayed out), Notes (grayed out), and, WIA Support. I don't have a video option. :\


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Jun 09, 2010 04:55 |  #4

CS4 Standard or Extended?




  
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Jun 09, 2010 06:24 as a reply to  @ SwitchFX's post |  #5

Canon's ZoomBrowser will do it. View > View Image ... > Save as still image




  
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Jun 09, 2010 17:03 |  #6

^ That is a far better option than what I presented. It should be on the CD that came with your camera.

The problem with the Photoshop method is that you'll be going through hundreds of slides just to find that one moment of the video you liked.




  
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Jun 09, 2010 17:54 as a reply to  @ SwitchFX's post |  #7

Movie frame to JPEG with ZoomBrowser:

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Jun 09, 2010 20:37 |  #8

What's the print quality on that, if you did minimal PP on it and then took it to a printer?




  
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Jun 09, 2010 21:30 as a reply to  @ SwitchFX's post |  #9

If some noise reduction is applied (low indoor light, high ISO) and other minor corrections, a 4x6 is okay. It's basically a 2 megapixel image. If the focus is missed as it is in my example, all bets are off.




  
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Jun 10, 2010 20:33 |  #10

SwitchFX wrote in post #10329717 (external link)
CS4 Standard or Extended?


It's CS4 standard. And as far as looking through hundreds of photos, that's kinda what I wanted to do, so that's definitely not an issue.

I'll have to check out Zoombrowser and see if that works for me :)

Thanks for the tips.


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Jun 11, 2010 23:58 |  #11

QuickTime does this IIRC.


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Jun 12, 2010 11:41 as a reply to  @ anthony11's post |  #12

You can even use Elements for this. PSE v2 is what I've used in the past.


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Jun 13, 2010 14:40 |  #13

NJ.Murphy wrote in post #10348863 (external link)
You can even use Elements for this. PSE v2 is what I've used in the past.

VLC will do it for free.


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Jun 15, 2010 22:57 |  #14

Figured out a workaround in PS that allows me to edit the frames individually. I'm curious though if any DSLRs out right now will output the individual frames larger than 2MP. I'm assuming I'd need to tread into actual video camera or RED technology for something like that, correct?


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Jun 15, 2010 22:59 |  #15

Sorry, maybe I'm ignorant but how can you get around 1920x1080 resolution for video?


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