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[Question] Can I export a specific frame from an MP file into a still image?

Selecting One Frame

You can extract specific frames from an MP file shot using M-Cont Plus, Speed Cont, or Multi-target AF and save each frame as an individual still image.

The images are saved in the same sizes used for shooting.
The original files will be retained after exportation.
The focus positions for images shot using Multi-target AFG will not be displayed on exported images.

Use the following method to export MP files.

1 Press the playback button.
1 Press the playback button.

2 Press the [ADJ./OK] buttonUp Down Left Right to display the MP file you want to export.
2 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down and to the left and right to display the MP file you want to export.
A symbol with red frames is displayed for MP files.

  A symbol with red frames is displayed for MP files. To export multiple frames, turn the zoom lever to the right (Enlarged View) to change to thumbnail view and proceed to Step 3.
A symbol with red frames is displayed for MP files.

3 Press the [MENU] button. The playback menu appears.
3 Press the [MENU] button. The playback menu appears.

4 Press the [ADJ./OK] button Down to select [Export Still Images], and then press the button to the right.
4 Press the [ADJ./OK] button down to select [Export Still Images], and then press the button to the right.

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The procedures for selecting one frame and multiple frames are slightly different.

 

 

Selecting One Frame

5 Press the [ADJ./OK] frameUp Down to select [1 Frame].
Press the [ADJ./OK] button to Left Right to select the frame that you want to save as a still image.
5 Press the [ADJ./OK] frame up and down to select [1 Frame]. Press the [ADJ./OK] button to the right and left to select the frame that you want to save as a still image.

6 Press the [ADJ./OK] button.

Specifying Multiple Frames Separately

5 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down to select [Sel Mult] and then press the [ADJ./OK] button.
(Skip this Step if you selected thumbnail view in Step 2 by turning the zoom lever to the right (Enlarged View).)
5 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down to select [Sel Mult] and then press the [ADJ./OK] button. (Skip this Step if you selected thumbnail view in Step 2 by turning the zoom lever to the right (Enlarged View).)

6 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down to select [Sel. Indiv.] or [Sel. Range], and press the [ADJ./OK] button.
6 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down to select [Sel. Indiv.] or [Sel. Range], and press the [ADJ./OK] button.

7 If you have selected [Sel. Indiv.]
Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down and to the right and left to select the frames that you want to save as still images, and press the [ADJ./OK] button to select each frame at a time. If you make a mistake when selecting a frame, you can cancel it by pressing the [ADJ./OK] button again. Use this procedure to specify all frames that you want to turn into still images. A symbol appears on each selected image. (See the symbols with red borders below)
If you have selected [Sel. Indiv.]
Press the [MENU] button to change to the screen for specifying the range. (Perform the procedures for [Sel. Range].)

  If you have selected [Sel. Range]
Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up Down Left Right to select the starting point for the range of frames you want to specify, and press the [ADJ./OK] button. The starting frame is displayed with white borders.
If you have selected [Sel. Range]
If you make a mistake when selecting the starting point for the range of frames, press the [ADJ./OK] button again to return to the screen for selecting the starting point.
Press the [MENU] button to switch to the display for specifying frames separately. (Perform the same procedures as [Sel. Indiv.].)

An arrow appears when you select a frame as the starting point and press the [ADJ./OK] button. Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up Down Left right to select the ending point for the range of frames, and press the [ADJ./OK] button. An arrow and a white border appear on the selected frames. (The frames circled in red below)
An arrow appears when you select a frame as the starting point and press the [ADJ./OK] button.
  Repeat the above procedures to specify all the frames that you want to save as still images.

8 Press the Fn (Function) button.
8 Press the Fn (Function) button.

9 Press the [ADJ./OK] button to Left Right to select [Yes], and press the [ADJ./OK] button.
9 Press the [ADJ./OK] button to the right and left to select [Yes], and press the [ADJ./OK] button.

Selecting All Frames

5 Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up Down to select [All Frames] and press the [ADJ./OK] button.
5 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down to select [All Frames] and press the [ADJ./OK] button.

6 Press the [ADJ./OK] button Up Down Left Right to select [Yes], and then press the [ADJ./OK] button.
6 Press the [ADJ./OK] button up and down and to the right and left to select [Yes], and then press the [ADJ./OK] button.
 

Answer ID: EDC09026
Date created: July 9, 2009
Date modified: --
Product: CX1
Operating system: --
Category: Hardware Operations


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