Lovely to meet you and glad to have you here in 'All Things Pixilated!'
Yes, you could use a Adobe Premiere to solve your problem.
TO EXPORT A VIDEO CLIP 'FRAME-BY-FRAME' AS STILL IMAGES IN ADOBE PREMIERE:
In Premiere (CS4), create a new project, import your video file and drop in onto the timeline. Then export the file and choose one of the graphics formats Premiere supports, making sure you check the 'Export As A Sequence' checkbox on the Video Tab. This will export the video as a sequence of still image files (per frame) in the format you have selected.
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This is a useful trick for rotoscoping, as these individual images can be imported into graphics software (like Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop) and either used as a guide for creating animated sequences, or drawn directly onto. You can then use a good frame grabber (like StopMotion Pro) to reimport your still image sequence and export back to a video format.
I should add, however, that this isn't the way that pixilated animations are typically made and you may upset some animators if you describe their work as video with frames dropped out ;). See this thread for the debate!!!
Anyway, hope this helps and best of luck with your project!
White Rabbit xxx
If you wanted just one or two images from a video clip, then repeat the process above, but in the Export Settings window, use the clip timeline (displayed beneath the clip preview) to scrub along to the frame you want, making sure the 'Export As A Sequence' checkbox is *unchecked*. This will export only the frame you want in the graphics file format selected.
So it depends whether you need a few or loads of stills :)