MovieBriefs creates an image contact sheet from your movies by extracting up to 400 images (at equally-spaced intervals within your video) and displaying them onscreen in a grid. You select the portion of your movie to use and MovieBriefs does the rest.
MovieBriefs 1.4.1 includes the following key features:
When MovieBriefs creates a contact sheet, you control the portion of the movie to be used and the number of rows and columns displayed on the final contact sheet.
The MovieBriefs time range slider gives you control over what portion of the clip will be used to generate the contact sheet. You have the option of using just part of a movie or choosing to use the whole thing.
MovieBriefs creates a standard OS X slide show from the images used to compose your contact sheet and displays them on any screen connected to your system.
Once you have created a contact sheet, MovieBriefs allows you to share the image via e-mail, using popular internet services (e.g., Facebook, Twitter, etc.) or with local applications like iPhoto or Aperture.
Contact sheets may be shared by dragging the image from the MovieBriefs document window and dropping it onto a desired application. You may also copy an image and paste it where you need it.
If you rest your cursor over a frame in the contact sheet, MovieBriefs shows the display time for that frame as a standard OS X tooltip.