How to Convert Video Into JPG Images

Converting one video into another format video is common but, converting video into images is exceptional. Any video is a series of frames set consecutively to run with time causing the animation for our eyes. The more number of frames rolled per second, the smooth and realistic the video plays.


We have a free software program developed by DVDVideoSoft to split the video by frame rate and convert those frames into JPG image format. I’ve already made a video on this long back that you would want to check out:



[*] Many of the viewers of this video have complained about the adware that may get installed while installing this freeware. I advice you to be conscious while clicking the ‘Next’ buttons during the installation. Be wise and opt-out the adware that you don’t wanted along with this software.


It is obvious to get adware along with some software, particularly with freeware. We can control it in the installation phase itself by opting them out. I’ve only tried to focus on the functionality of the software in this tutorial. This is for your kind notice!


Download and install DVDVideoSoft Free Studio Manager or Free Video to JPG Converter alone.


To run the software,


You will find the ‘Video to JPG Converter’ program under ‘Convert’ tab in Free Studio Manager




Directly run the software with a name ‘Video to JPG Converter’ if you have downloaded it separately.


Step 1: Click on ‘Add files’ button to add the video files in to the software.




Step 2: Select the frame rate to extract images from the video. To get the most of the video, select ‘Every frame’ from the options.


Step 3: Select the output folder where you wanted the pictures to be saved. The default location would be ‘Pictures’ folder in your local documents.


Note: Each video will be extracted into a folder with the same name of itself. For example, if a video named ‘myvideo’ is being extracted, it will go to the folder named ‘myvideo’ in the selected output directory.


Step 4: Push the ‘Convert’ button and let the video be converted into images as per the pre-set frame rate.




Once the conversion is completed, open the output folder for images. That’s it!


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