Copy frame to clipboard
Usually there's a need to save one frame from the clip and then open it in photoshop for further edits.
Instead of using "Export Frame" in Program monitor - which always leaves you with a file you need to delete manually.
I'm proposing to add one more button "Copy Frame to Clipboard"
or even pressing ctrl+c on timeline, could copy to clipboard everything at current time, so later in Photoshop I could press ctrl+V (or paste in menu) and it will paste an image copied from Premiere.
Sir Ivan commented
Greetings Fellow Editors!
Arrow, a free extension for Premiere Pro, will copy a frame to the clipboard with a single press of a shortcut.
Also you can save frame, absolute or relative to project path is supported.
Arrow is compatible with Premiere Pro 2019 and higher (macOS 10.14.5+ & Windows).
Watch Arrow overview: https://youtu.be/OHNCduRPTB0
Get Arrow here: http://knightsoftheeditingtable.com/arrow
Joachim Grueninger commented
anyone know an applescript to pull this off ?
Jacek Szotrowski commented
Two years later...
Eric Malcolm commented
Just discovered you can't do this yet. Pathetic program, no way renewing my license next year. Vegas has had a 'copy frame to clipboard' for years which you just paste into any photo editor you like. Adobe; export frame, dig it out of your documents and open from there. Talk about doing it the long & wrong way
Benjamin Watkins commented
Yes! please - I've wanted this for so long. I can do this in almost every other program and it saves me so much time when quickly mocking things up and switching back and forth between apps.