Convert Videos to Image files completely Free!
csSimple Convert Video To Images Extraction Tool – 32/64-Bit Windows XP/Vista/7/8* v1.1.0 (7.9 MiB)
A completely Free program to help make it easy and simple to turn or convert videos to image files in JPEG (.jpg) format. This is a stand-alone video extraction program that will eventually be included in the new csEasyEncoder 2013 Suite when its finally released.)
Version 1.1 Update: I fixed a couple bugs, changed the main icon, and enabled the ability to check for updates from the ‘About Program’ box.
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Convert your Movies and Videos to Image based JPEG Files for Free
This program will extract or convert video frames and movies into good quality .jpg images. (The basic picture quality will depend on the actual quality of your video/film/movie). You can even have the program stamp a watermark or logo of your choice on the images you extract from your video file! You can get your results in as little as 3 steps or as little as 5 steps if you want to include a watermark image.
Step 1: Select the Source Video/Movie/Picture/Image you want to use.
Step 2: Specify the path and filename where you want the extracted video frame images to be saved.
Step 3: Then click on the Extract button. Nothing complicated about it!
If you want to put a watermark or logo then perform Step 1 and Step 2 as specified above. Then begin Step 3 as outlined below..
Step 3: Under the Options menu click the ‘Include Logo/Watermark’ item to Enable the watermark feature.
Step 4: Select the Watermark or Logo you want to use.
Step 5: Click on the Extract button. Nothing complicated about it!
There are other very simple to use options like placing the watermark at the Top-Left, Top-Right, Bottom-Left, Bottom-Right (Default Position), or Center of the extracted video frame images. If thats not good enough then you can specify your Own custom position to place your logo or watermark! Transparent .PNG (Portable Network Document) images are fully supported! You can use pretty much any .PNG or .JPG (JPEG) picture/image as your watermark. Just make sure the image is not bigger than the video frame(s) and you should have no problems using this feature!
Above and below are sample images that were extracted from a video and a logo or watermark stamped on it.
Ability to Extract Frames from most of the Latest and Greatest Video and Movie Formats
You have a variety of format choices to extract your video frame(s). Popular choices like:: MPEG4 .MP4; MPEG4 h.264; Quicktime .MOV; Windows Media Video; Flash Video; as well as MPEG 1&2 .MPG based DVD, SVCD, VCD.
Another feature is the ability to set a pre-determined size, or a resolution of your exact choice to save your extracted video frames. Many of the most common resolutions are already selectable allow you to tell the images what size to save at. If the item “No Change” is selected, which is the default setting, then the images extracted from the video will be saved at the same exact size/resolution as the source video frames are.
Note: I do recommend you downloadand install a decent codec pack like K-Lite Standard edition. This will help you to playback and encode most all of the popular codec formats. The K-Lite Standard Edition also includes an MPEG2 driver for DVD playback.
Very Fast, High Quality Extraction Engine
This program uses the excellent FFMPeg.exe extraction and encoding engine for high quality, high speed results. FFMPeg is a popular and proven open source library for most audio and video extraction and
The csSimpleVideoImageExtraction Tool program only highlights a small portion of FFMPEG’s capabilities. If you wish to know more about ffmpeg then go to this website
PC Computer with Microsoft Windows XP, Windows Vista, or Windows 7/8 operating system.
Both 32-Bit and 64-Bit operating systems and Processors are Supported.
Microsoft .NET Framework v3.5 Client or Full version and Higher
FFMPEG.Exe and FFProbe.exe Library, This is installed on your computer by Default from the csSimpleVideoExtraction Installer. But in case something goes wrong and the FFMPEG.exe or FFProbe.exe file doesn’t auto install, then you will want to download this file from FFMPEG.Org
, and put the ffmpeg.exe and ffprobe.exe file in the same directory/folder that the programs .exe file is located. You will need an unzipping program like 7Zip
to decompress the file(s).