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Drag movie screenshots from QuickTime 7 Apps
Using Quicktime 7, you can drag a frame from a movie to the desktop, and it will create a movie clipping file wherever you drag it to and drop it.

This may be available in QuickTime pre-7, but I'm not sure. It is certainly useful, though.
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Drag movie screenshots from QuickTime 7
Authored by: bdjones on Jun 06, '05 11:18:27AM

That is present in QT6 (at least) as well



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Drag movie screenshots from QuickTime 7
Authored by: cheesy9999 on Jun 06, '05 01:27:58PM

and even before that I think.



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Drag movie screenshots from QuickTime 7
Authored by: MWB on Jun 07, '05 10:45:07AM

If memory serves me well this has been present since OS9 and Quicktime 5. Much the same way that you could drag text clippings from SimpleText.
I know it has been around since OS X's early days with quicktime though for sure.



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Drag movie screenshots from QuickTime 7
Authored by: griffineyes on Jun 06, '05 08:07:31PM

This does not work for me. Why?



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Drag movie screenshots from QuickTime 7
Authored by: gregpare on Jun 07, '05 02:28:09PM

Maybe you need QuickTime Pro?



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