I might end up resorting to a screenshot, but I do not know
the movie's resolution, and would like an image at actual size.
I have tried lots of methods that came up when I searched online.
The only one that worked for me was a screenshot, but that runs into the size issue.
Some sources suggested various options under the "Share" button, but none of those options come up when I click that button. The options that actually show up for me are
Theater and Email and iTunes and YouTube and
Facebook and Vimeo and CNN Report and File .
Some sources suggested a "right-click", or showed a menu being brought up looks
exactly like those that come up from right clicks. However, I have tried button+click
for each button from among fn , control , option , command , shift , both on the
normal display and the full-screen display, and none of those brought up any such menu.
Some sources suggested starting by copying a small segment of the movie into a new project.
However, I cannot figure out any way of creating a new project, and although I can easily
create a new event, I can't figure out any way of getting a significant part of the window to
correspond to the new event, whereas the sources I mentioned in my previous sentence
show that having been done for the projects. If I instead drag the segment over
the name of the new event and let go, then it moves the entire movie to the new event.
Other than just taking a screen-shot without knowing whether-or-not
the screenshot is at the actual resolution, is there any way to
extract a single frame from iMovie 10.0.3 that actually works?
(In particular, a way of playing it at actual size that lets me advance frame-by-frame would suffice.
However, bear in mind that I do not know the actual size.)