Thumbs is a small Mac application that helps you create movie thumbnails with little effort. This program usually comes in handy to users who wish to organize their movie collections in an easy manner without playing the videos to check their contents.
Its simple and interactive interface can be handled by any user; still, the program provides you with a robot assistant that speaks to you and guides you every step of the way. All you need to do in order to create the desired thumb sheet is to drag-and-drop the movie onto the program's interface, configure the output settings, and the application will do the rest.
A good thing about using Thumbs is that it offers you plenty of output configurations making sure you get the exact results you require. You get to choose from various image formats, preserve the movie details, adjust themes settings according to your needs, and much more.
Unfortunately, I ran into two issues while working with this program: you can't enter names for the results when configuring output settings and the application doesn't work while importing files from the main menu (you can only drag-and-drop them onto the program's interface).
As for the rest, Thumb offers high-quality output in minimum time. The price is reasonable and you don't require much experience in creating thumbnails to get the results you need.