Add a movie or animation

Add a movie or animation at the beginning of the screen saver

1. Activate the Screen Saver window.

2. Choose Project/Video Clip or Right click and choose Video Clip.

3. The Video Clip window opens. In the Video Clip Pathname area, specify the full pathname of the file to use for the screen saver video clip. You can also click Browse to locate the file using a standard Windows® dialog box. Many of these files are available for download on Internet (check copyright before redistributing). Several file format are supported:

4. If the Save a copy of the file in the Project Document option is checked, the video file will be stored in the screen saver project (not recommended for large files).

5. In the Position (center) group:

6. In the Size group:

7. If you check Play the Video clip Forever (screen saver playing in background) option, it allows to specify a video clip that will be played over and over. The video clip window is opaque and is always displayed in foreground.

8. If you check Play the Video clip once before the screen saver starts option, it allows to specify a video clip that will be played once before the screen saver starts. When the video clip is finished, it disappears and the screen saver starts. It can be used as an animated splash screen.

Add a video clip or animation using Drag & Drop

1. Go to the librarian, Expand Media Files and select the Animation folder.

2. Select a video/animation file then drag and drop to the Screen Saver Document window.

3. The name of the Music file displays in the area "Video Clip Pathname" in the Dialog box "Video clip properties". Click YES.

Add a video clip or animation using the Edit/Copy/Paste function

1. Go to the librarian, Expand Media Files and select the Animation folder or select a Music file from the built-in Exploreur.

2. Choose Edit/Copy.

3. Return to the project window.

4. Choose Edit/Paste.

5. The name of the Video clip file displays in the area "Video pathname" in the Dialog box "Video clip properties". Click OK.