Drop a movie on xbMovieMaker.app and let it work. A few seconds later you should have a screen saver with the same name as the movie you used (it will end with .saver). You can use any kind of movie. As long a quicktime recognized it. This includes:
- Quicktime movies.
- Flash animation (with Quicktime 6).
- DIVX's and AVI's (with the right codec).
Version 0.2 adds the following:
- Added a message when the application is launched without dropping a movie on it.
- Disk space is checked before creating the movie.
- A warning is issued when movie size is over 10MB.
- If errors are encountered while creating the saver a message is displayed.
- An application icon has been added.
- Corrected a problem with looping flash animations.
Mac OS X 10.2 to 10.4 (Untested on later OSes)