Have you ever tried to get your dog to stay still to get the perfect picture? You take many pictures to see if one of them got him/her in the ideal position. When you check your pics, none of them got the perfect shot.
There’s something better than filling your devices gallery app with pictures you’re going to have to erase anyway. You can record a video, and when your dog, for a split second, looks right at the camera, you can get that perfect angle.
How to Extract Frames from a Video on Android
Have you ever taken a picture and thought to yourself, ¨If only I had taken the picture a second before.¨ Thanks to an app called Video to Photo, you can get that perfect picture by taking a still from a video at the right moment.
When you first launch the app, you’ll need to upload the video with the frame you want to extract. The app will automatically divide the video into all the available frames, but only if you choose the Time Interval Option after uploading your video. Don’t forget to select the format you want to save the frame in.
You’ll also trim your video and decide the exact time a frame is captured with this option. For example, if you want the app to show you a picture taken from the video every 4.6 seconds, simply use the slider to set it to that time. Don’t forget to tap on the Start button at the bottom.
By choosing the Manual Capture, you’ll have access to every single frame of the video. You’ll only need to swipe left, and at the bottom, you’ll see every available frame. When you see the frame, you want to save
When you’re done using the app, it’ll save all the pictures you saved. You can view this picture the next time you use the app by tapping on the Saved Picture option on the app’s main page.
Thanks to this app, you don’t have to fill your device’s gallery with pictures you’re not going to use. All you need to do is record a video and then find the right frame. The free version will have some ads to deal with, but you can always buy the app if you want to make them disappear. Do you have a hard time finding the perfect angle? Share your thoughts in the comments below, and don’t forget to share the article with others on social media.