Hey all you smut lovin’ folks - Movie Maker has arrived!
Make your own XXX movie compilations! You can make them for your own personal enjoyment or share with others.
Movie Maker takes the place of the old Create Playlist feature with the Movie Maker being much easier to use.
Movie Maker is only for MP4 files so any user who plays movies with the WMV play links will not be able to use it.
Note: This is a LONG, but totally comprehensive tutorial. We want to make sure you know exactly how to make what you want, so grab a drink, sit back and get your dirty learning on!
On the video pages for movies available with MP4 play links, all scenes will have an “Add To MovieMaker” button next to the Scene number.
When you click the “Add To MovieMaker” button for that scene an “Add this clip to a …” popup displayed with options to add the scene to a “New Playlist” or to an “Existing Playlist”.
If you click “”New Playlist”” the MovieMaker editor display will appear at the bottom of the browser window.
If you click “Existing Playlist” a popup will display showing the Existing Playlists and the user can choose which playlist to add the scene to. After clicking the playlist name of an existing playlist the MovieMaker editor display will appear at the bottom of the browser window.
If you do not have any existing playlist you will receive this message “Sorry, you don’t have any existing playlists, create a new one” with the “New Playlist” button. After clicking “New Playlist” the MovieMaker editor display will appear at the bottom of the browser window.
The MovieMaker editor will remain displayed until the user clicks the EXIT button.
Here is the MovieMaker editor with three scenes in it. Notice the 5 icons on the first scene. All scenes in the MovieMaker editor have these icons and they are displayed when the user does a mouse-over on the scene image.
Clicking this icon displays the movie title and scene number.
Clicking this icon moves the scene to the left.
Clicking this icon moves the scene to the right.
Clicking this icon the user can “’crop”” a scene and reduce its length to only see the part of the scene the user is really interested in seeing.
Clicking this icon removes the scene from the MovieMaker editor. If the scene is part of an existing playlist and this icon is clicked the scene will be removed from the playlist. A warning message is issued before the scene is actually removed. Once removed the scene cannot be retrieved.
The crop function:
When you click the “crop” icon a player window will display.
There are Start Time and End Time buttons on this player as well as CLOSE WINDOW, PREVIEW SELECTION and CROP SELECTION buttons. The Start Time and End Time buttons can be moved back and forth to crop the scene times to only that part of the scene that the user wants. When the Start Time and End Time buttons are changed the Start Time and End Time of the scene will change.
CLOSE WINDOW button: This will close the player window.
PREVIEW SELECTION button: This will play the cropped section of the scene. Time is deducted when playing this.
CROP SELECTION button: This will actually crop the scene based on the start and stop times set using the Start Time and End Time buttons.
A cropped scene can be changed simply by re-cropping it.
Defining the buttons on the MovieMaker editor:
My Playlists: This link will direct the user to his “”My MovieMaker Playlists”” page.
Feedback/Help: This will send us an e-mail to send us feedback or report a problem with MovieMaker.
Preview: This will play the playlist. Time is deducted when playing this.
Save: This will save the playlist. A “’ Save your playlist!”” popup is displayed. SEE SCREENSHOT BELOW.
Exit: This will exit the MovieMaker editor. The user will get a prompt to save any changes before exiting the MovieMaker editor.
Save Playlist Options:
Playlist Title: The user can enter a playlist a title of his choice to make the playlist identifiable. Example: “Best Big Tits”
Your Handle: User can add a Handle to identify the user playlists as being from this user. This does not reveal personal user information to other users.
Category: User can choose a category for the playlist.
Make this a: Private/Public playlist:
Private playlist is only for the user to see the playlist and play it.
Public playlist is for other users to see the playlist and play it.