When recording a video with our iPhone, there’s a button beside the record/stop button that enables you to snap images while you record. However, the images can only be snapped when you record, and once you’re done with the video, there is no way to extract photos from the video.
Keeping that in mind, we would like to share our thoughts with you on an app we came across. It’s called Taplet, and it allows users to record HD videos and take HD photos during the recording session, just like the default camera app. However, it stands out by giving an option to save any part of a video as an image, with frame-by-frame support.
How to Use Taplet for iPhone
Launch the app and import a video from the camera roll, or record a new one. In either case, the device will extract the photo after the video is recorded. Then you can play the video and tap the screen when you want to take an image at a particular moment.
By dragging your finger over the frames, you can reward or fast forward and choose a frame to capture an image from. Several images can be taken from a single video. A ‘photos’ button appears at the top right after you’re done capturing your first photo.
Tap the button after you’ve taken the desired images. Then, you will be able to view all the images captured from the video on the screen that appears next. Tapping a particular photo will let you enhance it, or you would be able to save it to the camera roll.
The app claims to do other things, such as making it easy to take selfies, but has basic functions in such area. There is also a photo enhancing feature, but comes with a drawback of applying watermark, which can be removed with an upgrade.
So if you want to get epic images from your videos, this is the app you should be using. The pictures can be saved and shared at full resolution, unlike screenshots.
You can download Taplet free of cost from the App Store. It has been optimized for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Let us know if you give it a try and feel free to leave comments.
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