Tuesday, June 05, 2007
The easy way is to use Media Player Classic. It has a built-in thumbnail maker that lets you customize the size of the final image and the number of thumbnails to extract from a video.
If you don't have it installed, be sure to download Media Player Classic first.
To get started, open a video in Media Player Classic. Then navigate to File->Save Thumbnails.
You'll bring up a dialog box where you can specify the width of the image and the number of thumbnails in each row and column.
Once you've customized the settings, click Save and sit back for the application to do its magic.