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How do you export a still image in AE?

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Peter JunHow do you export a still image in AE?
by on Dec 2, 2007 at 5:32:36 pm

I want to export a single frame to a jpg. The only image export option I see is Image Sequence but don't want to export the whole sequence.


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Steve RobertsRe: How do you export a still image in AE?
by on Dec 2, 2007 at 5:36:29 pm

File>Save Image As.


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Peter JunRe: How do you export a still image in AE?
by on Dec 2, 2007 at 5:39:16 pm

I dont see Save Image as in Files... I'm on a mac btw.


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Steve RobertsRe: How do you export a still image in AE?
by on Dec 2, 2007 at 5:54:32 pm

Sorry ... I just use the shortcut, so I gave you the wrong location. It's composition>save frame as>file.


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MaltaannonRe: How do you export a still image in AE?
by on Dec 2, 2007 at 8:27:12 pm

Theres also a plugin to copy the current frame to clipboard and for example paste it to Photoshop. I used it in one of my tutorials. See it in action here:
http://maltaannon.com/after-effects/simple-object-removal/



maltaannon.com - Free After Effects Video Tutorials and more


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Blake HowardRe: How do you export a still image in AE?
by on Feb 22, 2012 at 4:32:48 am

Go to the frame that you want to export so that it is shown in the Composition panel.
Do one of the following:
To render a single frame, choose Composition > Save Frame As > File. Adjust settings in the Render Queue panel if necessary, and then click Render.
To export a single frame as an Adobe Photoshop file with layers, choose Composition > Save Frame As > Photoshop Layers.


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