can export a clip or movie as a sequence of still images, with each
frame as a separate still‑image file. Exporting as a sequence can
be useful in the following scenarios:
When you want to
use a clip in an animation that does not support video formats or
requires still image sequence.
When you want to use a clip in a 3D application that does
not support video formats or requires still image sequence.
you export a clip, Premiere Elements numbers the
the clip that you want to export as a sequence of still images to
Adobe Premiere Elements.
Drag the clip to the Quick view timeline.
Click Publish And Share > Computer > Image.
Select a preset from the menu (JPEG), and click Advanced.
In the Advanced dialog, select Export As Sequence.
Click OK to save the preset.
Select the newly created preset, specify a location for the
exported still-image files, specify the filename, and click Save.
It’s best to specify an empty folder set aside so that the sequence
files don’t get mixed with other files.
note: To set
the sequence numbering, type a numbered filename. To specify the number
of digits in the filename, determine the digits required to number
the frames, and add additional zeroes as required. For example,
if you want to export 20 frames with a filename containing five
digits, type Car000 for the first filename (the remaining files
are automatically named Car00001, Car00002, ..., Car00020).