CyberSolutions: Extract Frames From Any Video [KmPlayer]

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Extract Frames From Any Video [KmPlayer]


  1. Open the video you want to gif on KMPlayer. Right click on the screen, “Capture” and then “Frame:extract”. (If the “Capture” option doesn’t show for you, then click on Options - Advanced Menu and it will show up after that.)

  2. Then this window will pop up. You can drag it around so if you need to go back to the video to pause/play you don’t have to close the window.

  3. Most of the settings on that window are important. First of all, you need to choose the folder where you want to extract your caps. The default folder is “Capture” and you can find it on your Documents. You can leave it like that or you can create a new folder somewhere else. Your choice.
  4. Then we have the image format. If you want to have the best quality possible on your caps, select PNG, but keep in mind that it will take some time to capture. I usually choose JPEG but when I want to make a larger gif I choose PNG. Again, your choice.
  5. On the numbers and size to extract make sure it’s set as “continuously” and “original size”.
  6. And finally the frames. I always use the option “every frame”. It will give you a lot of frames but I like to choose the best ones for my gif, so I always end up deleting at least half of them. If you don’t want to do that, you can choose the other options too. Just play around with the settings and see which one is better for you.
  7. Now you’re ready to start screen capturing. You just need to click on “start” and it will start taking caps. Don’t forget you have to click play on the video on the part you want it to cap, it won’t do it on pause. Once you’re finished capturing, click on “stop”.

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