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How to capture a still from video and de-interlace

Created by: Dean Wang ‘13 (updated 07-25-2014)

1. If the video is on a DVD, rip it using HandBrake and MPEG Streamclip and save the file as a .mov

See the NMC KB article "How to convert a VD with HandBrake & Import to Final Cut Pro" for instructions.

If you would prefer to deinterlace your video in Adobe Premiere Pro CS6, watch this brief tutorial.

2. Open Final Cut Pro and import the video file.

3. The file appears in the browser window. Drag the file from the browser window to the video slot in the timeline.

4. De-interlace the video using Effects > Video Filters > Video > Deinterlace.

If the video is on a DVD, rip it using YadeX and save the file as a VOB

 

 

5.Position the playhead on the desired frame and select File > Export > Using Quicktime Conversion.

If the video is on a DVD, rip it using YadeX and save the file as a VOB

 

 

6. Enter the name of the image, location to save to and select “Still Image” in the Format drop-down menu and select the desired image type in the Use drop-down menu.

If the video is on a DVD, rip it using YadeX and save the file as a VOB