The AMT – Auto-Movie-Thumbnailer is an automation GUI to batch create ScreenCaps, Thumbnail Index Pictures, Preview Pictures or Contact Sheets for any given number of movies.
Additionally AMT offers you a huge number of possibilities to customize the design and layout of the ScreenCaps.
AMT works by remotely controlling the MPlayer, some applications of the ImageMagick Suite and a MediaInfo plugin to perform the screenshoting and Picture creation.
Changes in Auto Movie Thumbnailer 6
- Fixed – Layout > “Prepare variable amount of screenshots” timings and totals were wrong
- Fixed – Individual frames were not exported correctly (see “Processing Mode”)
- Fixed – Progress Display Update / reduced flickering for labels and log edit controls
- Fixed – “Block” creation method to overcome ~32k characters limit of command-line input
- Added – Added option to use “Fixed Filename” for output / use Prefix OR Suffix to define name, one of both MUST be filled
- Added – “Output Directory” option – create ScreenCaps in “Input File Directory / Sub-Directory of Input File Directory / Parent-Directory of Input File Directory / Dedicated Output File Directory”
- Added – %Parent_Directory_Name% wildcard to output filename Prefix and Sufix fields
- Added – Treeview auto-update
- Added – Several “Processing Mode” indicators to tab “Progress”
- Added – Combo “Summary/Extended” for log display, enhanced log entries written to log
- Added – “Settings” > added “Add VO” button to allow setting of custom Video Driver
- Updated – “Add creation date to footer” switch
- Updated – “Add MPlayer version to footer” switch
- Updated – Total tile number = 99×99 = 9.801
- Updated – Changed “Autoenumerate filename” option to check for file existence first and only to create unique filenames
- Updated – Improved all log functions and calls
- Lots of small bug fixes and style changes
- Updated MPlayer to r37051 – grey screens for certain mpg files fixed
- Updated MediaInfo Dll to 0.7.68
- Updated ImageMagick to 6.8.8-10
- Updated SQLite to 188.8.131.52
It supports many different input (AVI, MPG, Quicktime, Real-Media, Windows-Media, etc) formats, in fact every input format that is supported by MPlayer.