I have a doubt because I could not perform in adobe premiere.
I know there is the option to export JPG sequentially or up to 1 frame per second but I would like to perform an export with a predefined interval.
I had a Gopro that was already capturing photos every few seconds but my new action camera doesn't have this option so I thought of doing this in post editing but the only way would be to export a JPG at set intervals since 1 frame per second would give 60 photos in 1 minute and for me it's a lot ... I would like to have 4 photos in the interval of 1 minute ....
Surely I know this is possible, just do not know how to do since premiere shows me the export in frames per second ... Could not change this metric to frames per minute?
I'm not sure I completely understand your post, but if you goal is to export a JPEG sequence with a frame rate of 4 images per second, then divide the frame rate of the source file - for example, 29.97 by 4 to get 7.5, so set the export frame rate to 7.5:
For 60fps source material the frame rate would be 15, for 50fps material the frame rate would be 12.5, etc.
No friend, I want to export 4 frames every 1 minute of video. I looked at a tutorial where, to do that, you increase the video speed to 1200x and then export at a rate of 1 frame per second. In the end I can have 4 frames every 1 minute of vídeo.
I would like something automated ... manually I know it's possible, but in a video of for example 5 minutes already is a good job ... I was able to perform the procedure I commented above ... Looking further, it seems to me that Adobe has a Tollkit Script that does a lot of things, but I don't know how to use it.