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Getting full res screenshots from the movie file?


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Hi guys.
Just wondering if anyone knows of software for the Mac that will allow me to select sections of a movie (MKV format) and capture screenshots at full 1080P resolution, without actually playing the movie?
I have done that, but screen capture doesn't really give a full res image.
I know this can be done in Windows, using FFDshow and the like, but just curious if anyone knows of anything.
Googling hasn't bought much luck.
Out of interest my iMac will not show full HD.
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i was thinking about this, and was wondering if you had final cut pro.

a workaround would be that you could create a freezeframe and export the image as a Still image format, to convert to jpg, png or whatever.

ive never done it, but maybe you could look into it.

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