One thing we see a lot is students taking a screenshot of a frame in Premiere Pro or using another app to take a clipping of a frame from Premiere Pro. It might be one way to do it but why do that and lose a tonne of quality when Adobe built in a quick button to export a full quality frame for you?
Doing it using a screenshot or clipping tool means you’re image isn’t going to be the same size as the actual video.
It’s so easy to export a full size, full quality shot of your frame, just press Ctrl + Shift + E on your keyboard. Or click the little Frame Export button signified by an icon of a camera.
You’ll then just get a little window asking you what file type you want the export to be and where to save it. So easy.