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Old 06-13-2018, 03:12 PM   #1
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Default Still Export problem

I want to export a still frame from the timeline. I thought I knew how to do this but I have run into a problem.

I selected the frame I want on the timeline and used the still exporter, but the window only shows a "close" button, not "save". What am I doing wrong?

I am using Edius 8.53
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You choose to save a sequence of stills between the in and out point as your screenshot shows.
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Why not add the 2 still buttons to the timeline? Then you have the choice of just making a still or using a 'Save As' dialogue.
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Why not add the 2 still buttons to the timeline? Then you have the choice of just making a still or using a 'Save As' dialogue.
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Thank you Jerry. I have had the still button on the timeline, but that only saved to the Bin.

After all these years, I didn't know there was another button for "Save As"
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