SnapStill: A simple way to extract the best snapshots from your videos

SnapStill: A simple way to extract the best snapshots from your videos

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SnapStill: A simple way to extract the best snapshots from your videos

Editor's Rating

9
9 Value of Benefit
9 Usability
8 Design
10 Reuse Value

You want to take a snapshot but miss the right moment. Unfortunately, the opportunity is gone forever. The better option would be to take a video. SnapStill lets you extract the best snapshots from your videos. You simply select a video that is already recorded or take a new one. The movie is made up of 25 frames per second, which are displayed in a timeline. Simply scroll through the images sideways and select the photo that you would like to store in your library.

The established app provides a new recommendation feature that accelerates selecting the best shots. As soon as you load the video, the app scans it and comes up with the best images. It not only deposits them in the “Suggestions Bar”, it also highlights the faces of individuals. To access a photo, and save it, you simply tap on it. The recommendation feature works in the background. You always have the option to select snapshots from individual images yourself and at your leisure.

Conclusion:
This snapshot finder could be responsible for more videos being taken, instead of pictures. Shooting a video is clearly an advantage, since it lets you capture every second of a particular situation. The app runs smoothly, is operated intuitively and features an easy, user-friendly design.

Plus/Minus:
+ Universal app for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad
+Proven app with new recommendation feature
+ No in-app purchases

0.99 $ - Universal
SnapStill - Extract Photos From Video