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Chapter 8. Working with Visual Tracks > Creating a Set of Still Images from a M...

Creating a Set of Still Images from a Movie

You can export your entire movie as a series of still images—a handy capability when you need to use your movie content in an application that can’t import a QuickTime or AVI movie but can import a series of still images. This technique also is useful when you want to incorporate some video footage into a Flash file that will be delivered as a Flash file, not as a QuickTime file.

In most cases, the application you plan to use requires these images to be in a certain format. QuickTime Player provides the choices BMP, JPEG, MacPaint, Photoshop, PICT, PNG, QuickTime Image, SGI, TGA (Targa), and TIFF. You can specify how many frames per second you want to be exported, as well as a few other options for certain formats.


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