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Well, you can use the freeze frame feature right in Premiere Elements to output your frame -- and, if you enter the settings when you save, you can even designate the size of the picture it outputs.
The main reason I asked was that I will not have PrEl available to me when I would like to do this. I was hoping I could find something. There seems to be a lot out there. I guess I will just try a few.
Windows MovieMaker is free, bundled with Windows. It will also grab frames from movies for your output, though you'll need to use another program to size them. (Gimp is an excellent, free graphics tool.)
Image Grabber might do the job. You can select the frame, then save as single file. You can create thumbnails with shadows and with details.