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#1 Joana Nogueira

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 05:11 PM

Hello! I am new at working whith adobe premiere pro 2.0, so I have one question about it!
I would like to know if it is possible to stop a frame of a movie and use it as a photo. I want to use the photo for advertise.
If is not possible to use adobe premiere pro 2.0 for this particular situation, can someone help me by telling me how to do it!?
Thanks!

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#2 Tom Hepburn

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 05:20 PM

Hi Joana:
Choose File > Export > Frame

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#3 Stuart Page

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Posted 02 December 2008 - 05:31 PM

Hello! I am new at working whith adobe premiere pro 2.0, so I have one question about it!
I would like to know if it is possible to stop a frame of a movie and use it as a photo. I want to use the photo for advertise.
If is not possible to use adobe premiere pro 2.0 for this particular situation, can someone help me by telling me how to do it!?
Thanks!

Yes you can export still frames from any NLE software, but it will only be at the resolution of that video format. If you're shooting 1920x1080 HD then you could conceivably print that frame 6.4"x3.6" at 300dpi. I have made some beautiful still frames from DV footage using CLEANER http://usa.autodesk....p;siteID=123112 CLEANER can combine fields and frames to give an appearance of improved resolution. But to use these for publicity purposes the camera would need to have been quite still at the time, with no action in the frame, as in video there is a lot of blur. Good luck.
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