Is there a way to export a single frame as an image (ie: JPEG) in Rush?
Basically, I'm a lightweight user, editing my first footage. One frame looks great and I'd like to create a photo from it to share with some friends. How? Unlikely to license Pro just for this...seems a basic function Rush should be able to do?
Unfortunately, Rush is only designed for video work and can't export still images. However, this is a great idea and I'd really appreciate you filing a feature request here: Premiere Rush: Hot (1423 ideas) – Adobe video & audio apps
Our engineers check that page regularly (and I send them my favorite links!) to figure out what our next developments of the product will be.
In the meantime, if I were you, I'd navigate to the frame that you're wanting to isolate and take a screenshot of it. If you're on a phone, the screenshot captures the whole screen, but you can crop the screenshot to only show the frame. If you're on a desktop, you can crop the screenshot as you capture it.
Here's how to take a screenshot on a Mac:
Here's how to take a screenshot on a PC:
This should help get your frame!
Let me know if you have any questions.
The screencapture works but the resolution is terrible. The easiest way to export a still image is simple and free if you have a Mac...... iMovie. It supports this natively, and is free to use (no rendering fee, etc). Exports the full frame in high resolution as jpeg and other formats. Import back into Lightroom, Photos, or photo editor of your choice to touch up. Clunky but works. Rush and Lightroom should integrate...
Isn't there a way of copying the clip and then shortening it so that only one frame is left? I am new to Rush. Thanks 🙂
I want to use an image in the film for the title and start of the film. Isn't there a way of copying the clip and then shortening it so that only one frame is left? Thanks
I am using Rush on my phone and have the same question and desire... I often like to hold and fade out a video with the last frame frozen. Typically this would be done by exporting a frame and then bringing it back in the time line. This would be a great feature to include in Rush...
This is a feature that I assume many need for exporting thumbnails for YouTube. We need to be able to export stills!
Edit: If you are running Windows 10 you can save stills from the built in video player. Just press the three dots.
Yes! I would love to be able to do this. I'd love to be able to make some stills I can hold on for a second or two or three, as backgrounds for titles, credits, etc. Will try dragging the clips into iMovie--thanks for that suggestion.
Yes this is very uch needed. I want to use an image in the film for the title and strt of the film. Isn't there a way of copying the clip and then shortening it so that only one frame is left?
Upvote from me too!