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browj2 wrote on 2/22/2023, 12:45 PM

@Greg-Everett

Hi,

Place the playback marker so that you see the image that you want in the monitor. Top menu, File, Export, Single frame as jpeg. The rest should be obvious.

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Greg-Everett wrote on 2/22/2023, 3:05 PM

@Greg-Everett

Hi,

Place the playback marker so that you see the image that you want in the monitor. Top menu, File, Export, Single frame as jpeg. The rest should be obvious.

John CB

Thanks browj2. I'm brand new to the forum. I found it after I submitted my question. Sorry I bothered you. Thanks for the prompt reply.