How Do You Export Video Frames from Your System?

Step 1. Load the clip or sequence that contains the desired clip into your source or record monitor.

Step 2. Park on the desired position with the position indicator

(blue bar). Step 3. Choose File>Export.

Step 4. The pop-up list at the bottom of the dialog box contains saved Export settings. You can use these or create specialized exports.

Step 5. Click the options button to access the Export Settings dialog box.

Step 6. Choose Graphic from the Export As menu. Step 7. Specify the following options:

a. Use Marks—If selected, the in point is used. If deselected the position indicator is used.

b. Use Enabled Tracks—If selected, the highest active track is used. If deselected, the highest monitored track is used.

c. Graphic Format—Specify the output type. Avoid JPEG and GIF as they introduce undesirable compression.

d. Format Options—Access specific options for each format.

e. Width, Height—Use the presets to specify an output size. Use square pixels for print and web. Use Native size when touching up and re-importing or going to After Effects.

f. Scale to Fit or Crop/Pad—How the image is forced to fit the export size.

g. Color Levels—RGB is used most of the time. 601 levels if you plan to re-import after touchup.

h. File Field Order—The Single Field option is best when exporting.

Step 8. Deselect Sequential Files option.

Step 9. Click Save As to save the setting for future use.

Step 10. Navigate to storage destination.

Step 11. Enter name for graphic with version number. Avoid alpha numeric characters and spaces.

Step 12. Click OK to save.

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