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TOPIC: How to set "poster frame"?

How to set "poster frame"? 06 Apr 2020 13:47 #105940

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Weird. I thought this ability was baked-in. I know it's in QT7, but is there any way to set a thumbnail frame on output?

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How to set "poster frame"? 06 Apr 2020 19:44 #105954

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Nope, it's done automatically.

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How to set "poster frame"? 06 Apr 2020 23:26 #105965

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It's weird, isn't it. Something so simple..

Anyway, the only quick workaround is to open the exported movie in Quicktime, go to the frame you want, copy by either pressing command-c or via Edit menu > Copy.
Then navigate to the file in the Finder, open the info window by either pressing command-i or File menu > Get info, select the thumbnail in the top left and paste by either pressing command-v or Edit menu > Paste.

Sorry no quicker method I know of.

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