I installed zFlick straight away on my laptop, and have been having lots of fun with it ever since. So I decided to put together a couple of very short videos to show people how easy it is to install and to use.
Note: if you have a slow connection, or the video keeps stopping instead of playing smoothly all the way through – just press the pause button and wait until the faint red progress bar§ has filled all the way to the right hand side before watching the video. This is a useful tip whenever you are watching YouTube (or other online video content). If the video quality is fuzzy on the blog page - click on the video screen where the YouTube logo appears to watch the video on YouTube, where it may be a little clearer.
First, a brief video showing the installation of zFlick
And now, a video demonstrating it in use
Here are some fun searches to try, once you have zFlick up and running
- zentangle watercolor (and 'zentangle watercolour' – since it can be spelled both ways!)
- zentangle alphabet
- zentangle bookmark
- zentangle ixorus
- zentangle artoo
- zentangle calligraphy
- zentangle christmas
- zentangle quilt
- zentangle mandala
- zentangle ensemble
- zentangle kit (of course!)
Have fun everyone — I certainly have!
Wallpaper photograph in the video, © Kit Murdoch, 2010.
Videos show installation and use on a PC, using Windows 7. [A desktop-how-to video by Kit.]
* ZIA = Zentangle inspired art (pron. rhymes with 'mia' in Abba's Mamma Mia).
§ the red progress bar's position is indicated with a yellow arrow in the image below (if you wait until it has filled all the way to the right, the video will play all the way through smoothly)