I'm in a dilemma.
Currently the computer in my house is a pentium 3 with Slackware 13 Linux OS. (Yes I know, stone-age compared to today's technology).
I also own an Canon EOS Rebel T4i EOS 650D camera that I take pictures and movies with.
I did manage to download the pictures and movies from the camera to my computer and tried opening the movies on my computer but the graphics is a bit mediocre, the sound quality is OK and the speed is a bit slow with stuttering. There was no issue with opening still pictures. The max colour resolution on the computer is also on the low side (16bpp).
I was looking in the camera manual for instructions to make a picture from the movie.
I don't mind if the picture is saved on the same stick, and I don't mind if the image format is PNG or JPG, and I don't care about the size.
What I did find in the manual were ways of creating "video snapshots" which allows one to create 2-8 second videos, and I was able to trim a video to a split second, but I want to be able to create an image file on the camera itself from a saved video without the need of a computer.
I would like to be able to also specify the frame I would like to save as well.
How can I do this with the camera model I have? And let's assume the stick with the video file on it is already inserted into the camera and ready to go and that the battery level is good.