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    Dear all,

    first of all, I would like to mention that I have never edited videos before.

    I would like to extract every 8th frame from a video as a jpeg file. I prefer to use Adobe Premiere as I have the trial version.

    Best,
    Ballerhahn

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    This seems an unusual thing to want to do. If you explain what your end product is there might be a better way to get it.

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    Maybe some kind of macro could get this done.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballerhahn View Post
    I would like to extract every 8th frame from a video as a jpeg file. I prefer to use Adobe Premiere as I have the trial version.

    Increase the speed by x8 (800%) (turn off any frame blending) then export as an image sequence.

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Partington View Post
    Increase the speed by x8 (800%) (turn off any frame blending) then export as an image sequence.
    That kind of works. However, I would like to have a stronger judder. In addition I need to raise to speed further than 10000%
    Last edited by ballerhahn; 12-30-2014 at 09:09 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ballerhahn View Post
    That kind of works. However, I would like to have a stronger judder. In addition I need to raise to speed further than 10000%
    Wait, it kind of works? Did it give you 1 every 8 frames or not?

    Please explain more about your strong judder needs - you didn't mention that before.

    Why do you need more than 10000%? Is that to give you the judder?

    Exactly what effect are you trying to achieve?

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    Quote Originally Posted by David Partington View Post
    Wait, it kind of works? Did it give you 1 every 8 frames or not?

    Exactly what effect are you trying to achieve?
    With some cameras you can automatically shoot a photo, e.g. every 10s for 20 min. Using Windows Movie Maker, it is easy to create a short film of those photos. That is basically what I want to achieve. However, my camera does not have that feature. Therefore, I shot a video and thought extracting frames would do the trick.

    I would be very happy if you have any other suggestions how to get there.

    Best

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    It sounds like you are trying to count how many goats are in the field by counting their feet and dividing by eight

    you have been dancing around it, but what you are actually trying to do is called time-lapse and it can be very beautiful if done correctly

    there are some time-lapse people on this forum and they can help you - but the first thing you need to do is forget about what you have been doing up to this point

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    Great, thank you. Ill be patient and hope that one of those time-lapse experts around picks this issue up!

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