YouTube is of course one of the best online video sharing portal in the internet. Most of us spend a lot of time in YouTube and the embedded videos shared through social media websites and blogs. With the immanence availability of videos, now we can find almost anything and everything in YouTube. Consider a situation that you are working on a project, and you found a related video in YouTube, and you want to take specific portions of the media as still images.
RichFLV is an Adobe Air based application that could help you in this regard. Since its developed on Air platform, you can use it to take YouTube video stills in Windows, Mac OS and Linux operating systems. The operation of the software is simple, but you will need to download the target YouTube video in FLV format, before taking pictures from it.