Surely, you have ever found yourself on the Internet a mosaic made up of screenshots from a movie. Many websites use it to “prove” that it is really about that film and at the same time show what quality of video it has.
If you are interested in summarizing a video or movie file in a matter of seconds, Movie Print is one of the best options. Thanks to this free app (available for Windows and macOS) you can create a large mosaic in a really simple way.
Movies summarized in one image
Once you have downloaded and installed it, you will simply have to drag the video file into the application. Automatically, Movie Print will take care of creating a mosaic taking snapshots of different moments in the video (from the beginning to the end).
One of the things that I like the most about this application is that it will save the progress of each file. You can have multiple projects within the application and it will save the entire mosaic when you decide to exit.
To begin with, it allows you to define the size of your mosaic (number of images that we want to appear). If you don’t like the images you have automatically selectedYou will simply have to click on it and move the cursor horizontally to choose the exact moment you want it to appear.
At the top right there is a button to show or hide options. From here you can define the number of columns and rows that you want your mosaic to have. In addition, it is possible to set the margin, the image quality and the file type (PNG or JPG).
It is a good option if you have to present a dossier on a video, or show its content on social networks. With a single image you can summarize the entire clip, choosing the most significant moments of your work.