Kino - how to export still frames in a common image format
I am newbie cartoonist that trying to study the “frame by frame” action of a small clip. I herd that Kino can easily export to a variety of other video formats, including exporting still frames in most common image formats (such as .gif, .jpeg, ect). I went to file>publish_still I get a successful still frame export of a jpeg image. Great! However I would like to publish a series of these still frames in a row. I herd that the file>saving_still_frame or file>publish_smil will give me the series of still frames I am looking for; however when ever I use any of those two features I get this output window with this message:
“The blip.tv publishing script requires the following missing utilities: curl”
is there a cure? Or another video editor that can bring me the result I desire?