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  1. Still a newbie to editing but having downloaded NCH VideoPad Video Editor, still struggling to understand how to keep and save several small series of individual frames for follow up editing as their video tutorial is useless...

    Really appreciate any help and guidance thanks
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  2. Thanks it was the one I'd looked at before but gave up because I just couldn't understand it at all.

    It's because Avidemux works ok but keeps corrupting that I need to find just the basic editing software without all the complicated frills, bells and whistles...

    Thanks
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  3. But this: "how to keep and save several small series of individual frames for follow up editing" is not just a simple editing job.
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  4. Still a newbie sorry I should have explained it better. It's a golfing video taken from behind of my incorrect swing, so I meant obtaining individual frames to screen capture or download to print out on paper and study at leisure rather than staring at the screen all the time. Avidemux is ok but keeps corrupting....
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  5. You can do this in a lots of ways

    In VirtualDub for example you can export as "Image sequence". Depending on your video source certains plug-ins may be needed so you could use MediaInfo -> File -> Export -> Text and attach the result to a post to get better help.
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    Some software video players can also take snapshots. MPC-HC is good because the video can be navigated one frame at a time with keyboard shortcuts. Ctrl + Right Arrow advances the video one frame at a time. Ctrl + Left Arrow steps backwards one frame at a time. Take snapshots by pressing Alt + i.

    One thing to be aware of, in most cases, snapshots use the videos actual resolution and do not take the display aspect ratio into account. Sometimes pictures need to be resized to have the correct aspect ratio.
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    Export the section/selection as mjpeg
    IIRC...Motion jpeg saves every frame as individual frames just I like a film strip
    So it's easy to view and print individual frames
    Its not popular because complete video files aka movies are large
    But it's very good for what you want
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  8. Thanks a lot great
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  9. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    You can do this in a lots of ways

    In VirtualDub for example you can export as "Image sequence". Depending on your video source certains plug-ins may be needed so you could use MediaInfo -> File -> Export -> Text and attach the result to a post to get better help.
    I decided to go down the VDub route in the end as I've used it before also needing the twin panes display. The original file was mp4 which wasn't accepted by VDub so altered it into .avi ok, but unfortunately must have done something wrong somewhere as all the pics are now slanted 45% sideways and greyed out....?

    I added the plug in above so is there something else I should have done first as well or...?

    Thanks
    Last edited by Arcadiune; 14th Feb 2016 at 08:33.
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  10. The original file was mp4 which wasn't accepted by VDub
    Did you download FFInputDriver and put it into VDub s plugin directory?
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  11. Originally Posted by videobruger View Post
    The original file was mp4 which wasn't accepted by VDub
    Did you download FFInputDriver and put it into VDub s plugin directory?
    Sorry no not heard of it before, will downloading the FFInput Driver put it straight into VDub's plugin directory ?

    Edit: is it the Driver and/ or Standalone ? (Win 7 64 bit Home)
    Last edited by Arcadiune; 14th Feb 2016 at 09:01.
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