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How to extract or capture photos from video

Photo to Video Grabber app is designed to help you extract high quality photos from recorded videos on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Open the app on your iOS device, import a video into it, then you can view the video frame one  by one and save any picture frames you want. The photo will be saved at the same resolution as the source video.

iPad and iPhone is available to film high-resolution videos, especially iPhone5(4s), iPad4, iPad3. However, sometimes we want to get still pictures from recorded videos for special use. Photo to Video Grabber is designed to solve our dilemma.

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Key features of Photo to Video Grabber

1. Extract the best photos from a video

You can extract up to 30 different pictures of a one second video recorded with your iPhone or iPad and save them as 1080p full HD pictures.

2. Powerful Photo Editing Features

Before extracting a picture, you can edit it with the app’s built-in photo editor. You can use the photo editor to crop photos, enhancing photos, rotating photos, adding effects, add text on photos, etc. You can make your photos amazing before sharing.

3. Easy Photo Sharing Features

Besides saving photos to Camera Roll, you  can share the extracted photos in other ways, such as emailing the photos, sharing via iTunes File-Sharing, printing them out, opening  with other apps, etc.

To Extract pictures from a video, you only need three steps:

Step1. Add a video to Photo to Video Grabber

Browse the videos in iPad / iPhone Camera Roll from the app, and add a video from which you want to extract images from.

Step2. Select photos from the video

Depend on the way you hold the iOS device, you can view the video frames one by one by swiping  up / down, or left /right. Use the “Play” icon to play/ stop the video. Then select a photo you want to extract.

Step3.  Extract photos from a video

After selecting  a photo, touch the “Image” icon in the upper right corner to save the photo to Camera Roll. You can also email the photos, share via iTunes File-Sharing, Assign to Contact, Print them out, Copy the photos, Open with other image apps such as the iPhoto, etc.


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