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Chrome: Google Chrome will let users copy frames from videos for quick sharing

The most common way to take a photo from a video is to pause it and take a screenshot. However, this method is not useful as it may take low quality images. Now, Google Making it easier for users to capture images from videos chrome,
“It’s easy to copy an image from a website in Chrome – but what if you want to capture a key frame from a recorded lecture for your notes? You can take a screenshot, but you’ll end up with a low-quality image. (with the video’s progress bar cut across it), Google said in a post.
,copy video frame‘ in Google Chrome
Google has a solution. When using Chrome, or any other Chromium-based browser, such as microsoft edgeUsers can pause at any time during the video, right-click, and select the new “Copy video frame” option from the pop-up menu.
“Available starting today, you can pause any video playing in Chrome anywhere and get a clean copy of the frames you want. Simply right-click in the video and select ‘Copy video frame’,” Google he said.
This way, Chrome will capture what is currently being shown and users will have the option to paste the image into a supported text field within the browser like Google Docs and save the file for future references.
According to a report by Engadget, the feature is limited to certain streaming services, as many of them have restricted content capturing. It says the feature only works with YouTube and needs some fine-tuning.
Chrome’s ‘Copy Video Frame’ is being rolled out for Windows, Mac, Linux and ChromeOS, however, Gadgets Now-Times of India team members have not received the feature at the time of writing this report.

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