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Video Screenshot 1.0    New  

Size:   10.18MB

License:   FREEWARE

Publisher:  Visit Website | More Programs

Release Date:   2016-11-17

Submit Date:   2016-11-17

OS:  Windows XP/Vista/7/8.1/10 (32-Bit/64-Bit)

Downloads:   869

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Reviewed on November 17, 2016

What do you do when you want to take screenshots of some parts of your videos? Do you pause a video, capture your desktop and then edit the captured screenshot? That method is not only cumbersome, requiring the use of different programs, but it is also difficult to pause a video and get the perfectly clear image that you would like. Thankfully, Video Screenshot makes the process easy for you.

Using Video Screenshot

The program took us through the typical installation process without any hitch, giving us the opportunity to launch it immediately after installation. It opened a simple window with three menu items on the upper side, a button for opening video files on the lower left corner and another for taking screenshots on the lower right corner. There was also a button for controlling playback on the lower part of the user interface.

Video Screenshot supported different video formats, including AVI, MP4, MKV, MOV, FLV, RMVB and 3GP. We simply browsed for and selected the video file that we wanted to play and take screenshots from, and the program started playing it automatically once it was loaded.

Below the progress bar, which was also on the lower part of the window, the program displayed the duration of the loaded video and elapsed time up to the millisecond.

When we clicked the "Take Screenshot" button, a pop-up window appeared where we needed to make some configurations. The default option was to take a single shot at the specified time. However, we could also opt to take continuous shots and specify the number of shots to take and the interval between shots in seconds.

The other things that we could change included the size of the screenshot, image format and quality of the image. When we were taking continuous shots, we could also save animated GIFs and set the desired delay in milliseconds, with the default being 500 milliseconds. We also had the option to change the output folder where the screenshot was saved with the name that included the video filename and time. Whether we were taking single or continuous shots, a pop-up message appeared notifying us about the completed process.

We could use the "Ctrl + S" hot-key to take screenshots instead of clicking the "Take Screenshot" button.

Conclusion

Video Screenshot is a handy program for playing videos and taking screenshots from the videos without loss of clarity. You may take single or continuous shots whose intervals you specify. It can play different video formats and save JPG, PNG or BMP images. The software is compatible with almost all windows operating systems with Microsoft .NET Framework 4.0 or higher installed.

Software Product Description

Capture video screens and save them to image files.
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