Have you ever wanted to save a snapshot of a movie, and yet not known how to? It's relatively easy if you use Apple's Grab tool, yet it's even better if you manage to catch the precise frame.
MovieDek does just that. The application, fitted in a fairly basic interface, lets you drop save frames from a video into one of six different image formats and in three different qualities.
You can make it capture all frames in a selected interval or make it skip certain ones.
The application also features a slider by which you can set the percentage of scaling for your image.
We did find this tool a little imprecise as it's difficult to know what percentage you really need for your images.
Once you've gotten around to using it and setting it right, MovieDek can work actually quite well and extract a set of images quickly for you without too much hassled.
On the whole though, MovieDek is a fairly basic tool for extracting images out of videos. If you can configure it right, it should prove useful.