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MalcolmBoone (TechnicalUser)
18 Jan 07 21:31
I was just wondering how you take a snapshot or a still of a video frame. I am using Premiere Pro on Windows XP
Akribie (TechnicalUser)
19 Jan 07 6:28
With the Timeline active, CTRL-SHIFT-M or File/Export/Frame to capture the frame currently showing in the programme monitor window.
MalcolmBoone (TechnicalUser)
19 Jan 07 17:05
Ok so now is there a way to make it freeze on a frame or will i have to export the frame then place the image into the timeline?
Akribie (TechnicalUser)
19 Jan 07 17:37
There is a way to freeze a clip (try the help file), but it is much easier and more versatile to export a still and put that on the timeline at the appropriate point.
MalcolmBoone (TechnicalUser)
19 Jan 07 17:40
Ok thank you very much

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