For those of you who were not aware, WinFlip is a new software by the makers of Windows Movie Maker, which is an easy-to-use program for video creation. If you are not familiar with Windows Movie Maker, here is a quick rundown. This is a software that will allow you to create movies in your own style, with all the effects you can come up with, all from the comfort of your computer. You may also use WinFlip as a replacement for Flip and the program is compatible with all Microsoft Windows platforms.
This software is not only great for visualizing the movies you want, but also as a means of converting your drawings or paintings into digital form, this is made possible with the help of an exclusive hook for Windows vista and Windows xp. There are several ways you can utilize WinFlip, you can turn your drawing or painting into a video, or a filmstrip, all from the convenience of your computer. If you have a projector, then you will be able to show your artwork to others in your family and network. If you have a digital camera then you can take a picture and convert it into a video. WinFlip will hook up with any of your computers that have Windows programs installed, and as long as you have the latest version of Windows, you are good to go.
In order to use WinFlip, the first thing you need to do is download and install the free program available on the WinFlip website. Once you have downloaded the program to your computer, the next step is to launch WinFlip, click the start button and click "run". Once you have done so, you should see the WinFlip icon which will turn into a box with two horizontal bars on each side. The top bar contains the program's options, while the bottom bar displays the files that are currently loaded on your computer. Once you have checked the boxes that indicate the types of media you wish to load, click on the "loading" option which will begin loading the selected files. You can use WinFlip to edit the graphics and colors of the graphics and the current image that you have drawn, or convert your digital image into a traditional format such as PICT or TIFF.