A free application for Windows called Batch Video to Image Extractor allows you to extract image frames from videos.
Most operating systems allow the user to save a still shot of their video as a screenshot by using their screenshot function. Although this is a clumsy solution, it relies on the user pausing the video in just the right moment while screenshots degrade the image quality.
Video can be turned into images in batches using a Batch Video to Image Extractor feature in which individual frames are divided into several frames. It then lets users choose and choose which frames they'd like to convert. an easy change of settings, the program will allow users to pick from a selection of every frame of any given video file, or will allow them to select from the same file multiple times. It can save multiple images at the same time and process videos in batches. In order to save space, the application can also save up to 225 frames to a single image file.
Breaks video files down into frames and allows the user to select frames to convert to image filesFeatures: