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In this video, I am going to show you to make your own screen savers using pictures or videos that you may have.
So to do this we are going to need two free programs. The first one is called format factory and it is just a video encoder that can encode videos to SWF files which can then be converted to screen savers. So just download that and install it and it should leave a shortcut on your desktop.
The next program we are going to need is called WG screen saver creator. If you do a Google search for that, click on the link that is from download.com and that should allow you to download. And also, go ahead and install and it should leave shortcut on your desktop as well.
Then open up format factory and scroll down the left 10 menu until you see All to SWF and click on it and now just to add any video files that you want to convert to screen saver. If you want to add an entire folder, just click on the add folder button to add project files and then click okay and click start. And once it starts encoding click on output folder to view the file.
Now, if you open up the screen saver creator program, just click on add folder or add files and navigate to the files you want to add. If you do not see him, change drop down box to the format type that it is and click open.
Now, if you click previous screen saver, you should see the screen saver that you created and you can change things like the background color, the transition intervals, the image size, and different things like that. But once you have set to how you wanted, just give it a unique name and click the create screen saver button to create screen saver.
And now if you right click on your desktop, and invest to go to personalize and then choose screen saver. You should see the screen saver and if you click preview, it should pull it up so that you can see it.
Now if you want to give this to somebody else, you will need the file and it is located at C:\Windows\System32 folder.
All right, that is it for this tutorial. For more good at tinkernut.com.