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Capturing Pictures from an mp4 file

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HI

I have an MP4 file and i need some stills from this MP4 to use in an advertisement.

How can i capture individual frames from this MP4 using Windows 7 OS?

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Play the MP4, STOP it when needed, use the Windows 7 built in "Snipping Tool" to capture the image.
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But how to get it in the same resolution as the mp4 ie higher than screen resolution...?
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Use a bigger display with a higher resolution in order to play the MP4 at 100%.
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I know that's "silly" but sometimes silly answers are the most easy, fast and affordable.
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