Microsoft has released a new update for its Edge browser that includes a hidden tool that allows users to easily capture screenshots of specific frames from YouTube videos. The tool is called “Copy video frame” and it can be accessed by right-clicking on any YouTube video and selecting the option from the menu. Once the option is selected, the current frame of the video will be copied to the clipboard. The user can then paste the screenshot into any image editing software to save it or share it.
The Copy video frame tool is a significant improvement over the previous method of capturing YouTube screenshots, which required users to take a screenshot of the entire browser window and then crop out the desired frame. The new tool is also more reliable, as it is not affected by the browser’s zoom settings or the resolution of the video. The Copy video frame tool is available in the latest version of Microsoft Edge, which is version 116. To enable the tool, users need to go to the Edge settings and enable the “Web capture” feature. The Web capture feature also includes other tools for capturing screenshots, such as the ability to capture full pages, selected regions, or scrolling content.
The addition of the Copy video frame tool is a welcome addition to Microsoft Edge and it makes it easier for users to capture screenshots of YouTube videos. Overall, the Copy video frame tool is a useful addition to Microsoft Edge. It makes it easy to capture screenshots of specific frames from YouTube videos, which can be used for a variety of purposes.