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YouTube Frames: See what's inside a YouTube Video

YouTube Frames is a new way of viewing the storyboard of the YouTube videos that give users a much a better idea of what’s inside any YouTube video . For instance, here’s the YouTube generated storyboard for  iPhone5- Rumours video.

Demo: iPhone5- next iPhone rumour update video
With the help of YouTube frames you can quickly review what's inside the video to decide whether to watch it or to skip it and save time by gathering the information from the frames. Internally, YouTube splits the video into multiple segments and each of these segments is represented with a single image frame. All these frames are then stitched together to form one big image that can help you visualize the entire video at a glance. When you watch a video on YouTube, your browser downloads the corresponding storyboard images in the background and is stored in browser cache and difficult to retrieve but this bookmarklet will easily solve you purpose.

Just add [Drag it to you bookmark tool-bar] the following YouTube Frames bookmarklet to your browser.

Open any video on the YouTube, then click the bookmarklet and it would display all the still image frames of that video on one page.
Note: it won’t work for embedded videos
This bookmarklet is Created by Amit Aggrawal Of Digital inspiration


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