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Giveaway of Video to Picture

Posted In Graphic, Video tools - By Techtiplib on Thursday, November 13th, 2014 With No Comments »

Get the premium software Video to Picture -a n effective, easy to use way to extract quality pictures from any video for FREE (worth $29.90)!

Video to Picture is an effective, easy to use way to extract quality pictures from any video. Get Image Frames from video and create animated GIF with clicks.

Video to Picture

Main Features of Video to Picture:

  • Convert Video to Seriate Picture – Extract all frames of a video file into separate image files faster. Images can be saved in all popular formats, such as JPG, GIF, BMP, PNG, etc.
  • Convert Video to Animated GIF – Convert video file in AVI, MPEG, MKV, MP4, WMV, MOV, and RM formats to animated GIF file without quality loss in rate-distortion performance.
  • Add Special Effect to Output Images – 10 + effects are provided to retouch your output images, including Sharpen, Noise, Brighten, Invert, etc.
  • Supported All Pop Image Formats – Convert video to various image formats, including still GIF, animated GIF, JPEG, JPG, BMP, PNG, TGA, TIFF, ICO, and PCX.
  • Frame Rate – Adjust output rate. User can change the value of output rate (how many pictures per second) to control speed rate. This feature is definitely not supported by most similar programs.
  • Accurate Time Length Control – Input starting time and ending time manually to accurate each frame (1 second = 24 frames). Or you could just drag the timeline bar
  • Resize – You can easily resize the output image of your will. Or you can keep it same as original.
  • Build-in Video Player – And if you just want to enjoy videos, it does a great job at that, as well. A built-in video player is provided with commonly used functions. What’s more, it well supports all key video formats.

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