Aescripts Stillexporter v1.1.001 Free Download – Free Extension Download Premiere Pro
Stillexporter v1.1.001 for Premiere Pro – Aescripts – Premiere Pro Extension
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Super-fast exporter of still images from your Premiere Pro timeline – exports frames at markers as jpg, png, tiff or dpx images.
Video editors create more than just video: in this multimedia and social media age, clients often need to have a set of still images exported from their video. Still Exporter simplifies this process by allowing the user to set markers, choose a file format and let Still Exporter take care of the rest.
- Set markers at the frames you want to export.
- Choose a naming pattern that describes how the images should be named.
- Choose a file type from jpg, png, tiff or dpx.
- Choose a destination folder and click Export.
Export directly to jpg format for a small file size, or to png if you need transparency or lossless quality. tif and dpx images are also supported.
No need to tediously rename each of the files after export. Describe how the exported images should be named using easy to use, powerful naming patterns. The naming pattern supports the following placeholders:
- #NUM number of the marker (or #NUM2, #NUM3 etc. to pad the number with leading zeros)
- #NAME the name of the marker
- #COMMENT the comment of the marker
- #PROJECT the name of project file (excluding the extension .prproj)
- #SEQUENCE the name of the sequence
- #TIMECODE timecode of the frame (in the timecode format that you chose on Premiere Pro for the sequence). In parenthesis you can also add a custom separator symbol between the hours, minutes, seconds and frames. So #TIMECODE(-) will exports timecodes like 00-00-00-00, #TIMECODE(#) will use 00#00#00#00 and #TIMECODE() will use no separator at all, i.e. 00000000