Google has Introduce a new feature for YouTube that allows users to take screenshots of videos on their desktop or mobile’s. The feature is currently in beta, but it is normal to be rolled out to all users in the near future.
To take a screenshot on desktop, users can simply stoppage the video at the applicable frame and right-click. A drop-down menu will come with the option to “Save video frame as.” Users can then save the screenshot as a PNG file to their computer.
To take a screenshot on mobile, users can simply tap and hold on the video at the desired frame. A pop-up options will appear with the option to “Screenshot.” Users can then tap the “Screenshot” button to save the screenshot to their phone.
The new screenshot feature is a welcome inclusion to YouTube, as it makes it easier than ever to capture and share individual moments from videos. It is also a useful feature for students, institute, and other content creators who need to take screenshots of videos for their work.
Overall, the new screenshot feature is a valuable addition to YouTube. It is easy to use, skilled, high quality, and convenient. It is sure to be a popular feature with users of all ages.