Batch Video To Image Extractor is quite a useful free software for Windows that enables you to extract video frames from digital video files easily and quickly. Sometimes a person may want to store a still taken image from a video in a Windows Movie file so as to share it with family and friends. The easiest way of doing that is by making use of the screenshot feature built in to all operating systems from Microsoft. By pressing Ctrl + Alt + T, you can bring up the screen and select your chosen video file, and click "Screenshots" to store the selected images in your Windows Movie folder.
You can also perform Batch Video To Image Extractor with the help of an easy-to-use desktop program such as RegCure or RegGenie. These programs allow you to run Batch Video To Image Extractor with just a few mouse clicks. First of all, open the desktop program, which you believe is designed for Windows. In the menu, you will find an option for running Batch Video To Image Extractor. If you are using Windows Vista, the file called "Registry Editor" will open; in other Windows operating systems the file will be located in the root directory.
Click on the button "run" and wait until the Batch Video To Image Extractor process has completed. The Batch Video To Image Extractor program should appear. Close all the applications that are currently running, including your Internet Explorer browser, and launch the Batch Video To Image Extractor program. Use the arrow keys to view the selection of pictures and once complete, press the "OK" button to save all the extracted images. With Windows Vista, select the "image path" drop down menu and select "save to image."