Extract Photo From .TS Video, Handy TS to Image converter to export TS video format to picutres photos sequence files for Win 10 64bit, Win 8.1, Win 7, Vista PC.
Get pictures from TS movie, .TS extension, TS file format is a video Format for digital camcorder. TS stands for transport stream. TS movie file is effectively the raw MPEG signal with multiple video, audio and data components contained in it. Generally speaking, the MPEG-2 TS or shortly TS video is one of the popular video file format specially for some digital camcorder. M2TS or MTS is a Sony high definition video file Type. M2TS files are raw AVCHD videos recorded mainly by Sony’s camcorders. There still are some video format for digital camcorder, such as tr, tp, etc.
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How to take pictures from TS video on Windows 10 64bit Win8.1, 7:
Click Add Files to load TS video
Drag slider to find the video frame
Click the Screne Capture button to convert current video frame to image file
Click Open the Photo Folder to find the Converted image files
Best software to pull picutre from TS for Windows:
TS Video to image Converter is a Video to picture converter and video capture software enables you to extract picture list in to the image format such as jpg, bmp, png, gif.
With this TS to Image file Converter you can take video snapshots and export frames from video files to image files with single mouse click. Conversion tool allow you to extract the frames from the video file and save them as image file formats.
TS movie To picture Converter is very useful tool for those who want to create Image file(s), when each frame/image is overlapped with a logotype (Watermark), title or text. Converter supports for all popular formats.
- Best TS to Image format Converter compatible with Windows 10, Win 8, Win 7, Vista, XP
- Processor – 750MHz Intel, AMD CPU or above
- Available HD space – 100 MB or more
- Display – Super VGA (800 x 600) resolution or higher
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