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Creating Thumbnails and Grabbing Frames

With Watermark Master you can easily grab video frames and create thumbnails for both videos and pictures.

 

At first, you need to open the "Profile Settings" dialog window. In the Main section set the output format to one of available graphic formats: BMP, JPEG, GIF, PNG or TIFF. That's enough for creation of thumbnails for pictures.

 

If you want to grab video frames, go to the Grabber tab. Here select the required grabbing mode:

 

  • Grab first frame only - creates one thumbnail for every single source file. The first frame is taken by default for all videos; to grab another frame, adjust the "Start from" parameter below.

  • Grab frames at regular time intervals - extracts frames regularly, for example, every 10 seconds or every 240 frames. Select this mode and set the interval to 1 frame to grab all frames without exception.

  • Grab first frame for each of movie's equal parts - grabs the specified number of equidistant frames.

 

By default the frame count starts at 0 (first frame) for all grabbing modes. You can change that by means of the following parameter:

 

  • Start from - the second/frame number from which the frame count starts.

 

To change the settings quickly, click the profile in the "Profile" window. Now in the "Properties" window you can  set the output format and select the required grabbing mode.


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