- The new capability of Google Chrome will enable you to copy a frame from a video.
- You need to double right click on a video to access the new feature.
- It will not enable you to save the frame directly on your desktop.
Capturing screenshots from a video is nothing new for us, as we all capture screenshots of a particular frame or an interesting frame of a video to share with our friends and family. Having said that, taking screenshots in a running video is a bit challenging and the same comes in low resolution as well. But now the developers of Google Chrome has a new solution and that will enable you to capture video frame easily. So let’s get into the article to check out the new capability of the world’s most favourite internet browser.
The developers of Google Chrome has added the capability of copy video frame and this particular feature will enable you to capture a particular frame of a video easily. This will eliminate the procedure of pressing PrtScn button to capture a screenshot.
You can capture a video frame by simply right clicking on a YouTube video to access the new copy video frame feature and simply capture that particular frame from a video and share it. This will also offer high quality frame as well.
It is worth mentioning that you guys cannot able to save the frame directly on your desktop but Google will enable you to paste the copied frame on different platforms like Google Docs. That means you need to capture a frame and paste it on a different application, for example, you can paste the frame on the Paint app on Windows PC and then you can save the same on your desktop. This will help you to get the frame without any quality drop and you can capture the frame easily from a running video as well.
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