I'm looking to create a boot animation sequence for my phone. To do this, I simply need a sequence of .PNG images. I've made a few using animated GIFs as the source, but those are limited in quality (8bit color).
What would be better is to be able to extract the frames from .FLV videos.
I'm not sure if this is the right place to ask or not, but - anyone know how to do this? Free software would be best.
well with FRAPS you could watch the video using vlc and take screen shots. FRAPS is pay software but there is a free trial version that puts watermarks on things but I'm not sure if that would mess up anything. I have the full version of FRAPS so if the water marks are in the way I wouldn't mind doing it. FRAPS is the only screen capture tool I know of that works well. Just mu suggestion since I don't know of any frame extraction tools, maybe someone else will know.
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Posted By Warlab (4 Comments)
10-27-2013, 03:03 PM