The MOV file format is a standard file type found in the Apple QuickTime application and can be converted from a video file to a still image in JPEG format. Videos are a collection of multiple frames, and each frame can be paused and turned into a picture through the QuickTime exporting tool. Once exported, the JPEG is viewable in any photo manager on your Mac or Windows-based PC. QuickTime Pro 7 (or later) is required to export the frame and is available for download frrom the Apple QuickTime site (see Resources).
Launch QuickTime on your computer, and click the "File" menu at the top of the application's window.
Click "Open" in the drop-down menu, and locate the MOV file in the pop-up dialog box. Double-click the file to open it in QuickTime.
Click and drag the playhead at the bottom of the video to the frame you want to convert into an image.
Release your mouse to place the playhead at the specific frame, and click "File." Click "Export" in the drop-down menu.
Click "Movie to Picture" in the Export window, and click "Options." Click "JPEG" in the Compression Type menu.
Click "Export" to copy the frame from the video to a new image.