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If you need to create a stand alone still image file from video in Final Cut Pro, it is an east process. You don't even need to create a Freeze Frame to export a Still Image. Just make sure the quadrant of the Final Cut interface that is displaying the image you wish to export is highlighted, go to the File menu, select Export, and choose Using Quicktime Conversion.

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When the Export Using Quicktime Conversion window opens the Format will be defaulted to Quicktime Movie. You will need to change the Format to Still Image. To specify a particular File Format, click the options button, after changing the Format to Still Image, and choose the File Format you desire. Now all that is left is to choose a name, choose a destination, and click Save.

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