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Default Taking a frame from video for Photo

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since the video quality is very good on the Note 3, I've been taking lots of videos, but now want to take a frame from the videos I've taken and use it for a photo.

is there an app that can take a frame and save it at a high quality image?

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Hi all

since the video quality is very good on the Note 3, I've been taking lots of videos, but now want to take a frame from the videos I've taken and use it for a photo.

is there an app that can take a frame and save it at a high quality image?

Thanks
Just screenshot when paused.
4K is another story tho, but imho the quality isnt all that'when filming in 4k. (played on 4k 84" screen at local hardware shop)
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I always do that in Adobe Premiere Pro... Sony Vegas can do it as well. But those are professional video editing tools for the PC. You could try the default one on Windows (What's it called..)
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