Is it possible to export predefined number of frames from a video?

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danissimo
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06 Jun 2022, 21:43

Hi,
Is it possible to export predefined number of frames (separate files) from a video? Especially at some certain intervals, e.g. every 10 seconds. And it would be great if filenames contain time position of a frame.
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15 Jun 2022, 09:43

Hi,
No, you can't hard limit the number of separate files to output at the moment.
But I could add a feature.
EricC1001
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03 Aug 2022, 06:38

admin wrote:
15 Jun 2022, 09:43
Hi,
No, you can't hard limit the number of separate files to output at the moment.
But I could add a feature.
If he were to "export frames as separate files" of a grid theoretically changing the size of the grid would change the amount of files per video as a workaround, correct? :)
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danissimo
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04 Aug 2022, 02:11

admin wrote:
15 Jun 2022, 09:43
Hi,
No, you can't hard limit the number of separate files to output at the moment.
But I could add a feature.
Yes, it would be great to have such an option. Thank you.
EricC1001 wrote:
03 Aug 2022, 06:38
If he were to "export frames as separate files" of a grid theoretically changing the size of the grid would change the amount of files per video as a workaround, correct? :)
Yeah, thank you, I've found the corresponding option ("Output each Tile to a separate file") with the extra ability to add time to a filename. And yes, the overall number of frames in the matrix is the number of the generated separate frames. So yes, this method can be used as a workaround for the initial task.
Also I noticed that the time in the filename differs from the time in the tile itself (as a tile effect, 2-3 seconds). But maybe it's because I'm using an older version.
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