I found this post
however it was not answered correctly or fully. I think others will also run into this post looking for an answer, i found an answer but i could not update that post.
Please either update that post with this information or add the link to my new post here in that old post. This will save people from winding up at a dead end.
The answer is to close your photoshop, then uninstall the quicktime version you have, and install the old version 220.127.116.11 to your c: program files, i installed another version to another hard drive and it did not work, so i dont know if program files has anything to do with it or not but it worked.
Then once you have that old version installed then open up ps and choose your file, and BAM there is your slider.
Hope this has helped someone, took me hours to figure this out, i kept installing old versions at first and doing the compatibility deal which didnt work, but this old version worked perfectly without any fuss or changing anything.
Are you sure you mean ps3 I use the back in 1994 it was one of the first version of Photoshop the ran on windows. PS 2.5 was the first version available for windows. I think Layers were new in ps3 I do not know if it had any way to import video frames. I was just learning PS back them much has changed. Perhaps you mean CS3 released in 2007. I had retired by than and knew Photoshop quite well. CS3 was IMO the last release that was good from day of release. CS4 and newer releases of Photoshop all had bad bugs out the gate.
Your right thanks, i guess i was still frustrated at the time i left that i made a mistake, its PS CS3 extended is the actual version. Sorry about that.