Short on looks but long on ease of use, FrameShots Video Screen Capture captures your favorite movie scenes to single JPEGs or thumbnail galleries. Handy navigational controls let you quickly browse movies and snag the frames you need. Skip buttons move a certain number of frames backward or forward within the movie. Taking a snapshot is as easy as clicking a button. Alternately, a batch mode captures frames at set time intervals. Sliders for brightness, contrast, and sharpening allow simple adjustments to the captured image, and the program can chop off any black edges. FrameShots Video Screen Capture lacks a manual, and the online help is sketchy. But the program is so simple, most users shouldn't have trouble. As with most programs of this type, the demo slaps a watermark on captured images. Nevertheless, we recommend it to home users, especially those with online video collections. Version 2.2.4 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, and bug fixes.
What's new in version 4.0.4
Version 4.0.4 may include unspecified updates, enhancements, or bug fixes.
ReleaseApril 4, 2019
Date AddedApril 4, 2019
Operating SystemsWindows 10, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 98, Windows Me, Windows, Windows NT, Windows 2000, Windows 8, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows XP
Capture image from video files. FrameShots captures images from videos like your MPEG/AVI/WMV/DivX files etc. files to create high-quality video thumbnails. Features include the ability to navigate frame by frame to find the perfect picture of your movie. It has an option to auto-trim any black borders around your movie stills. The program allows you to capture entire video frames or just the video snapshot images straight to the clipboard for easy transfer to Photoshop or any other image editing software. It also has a batch mode feature which will automatically capture an image from a video at periodic set intervals during the video file. Save video still image to JPG/JPEG and other image formats. Video screenshots can be adjusted for brightness and contrast. Also, apply automatic watermarks to your pictures from video. Or use the command line options to process your videos from batch files.