We're really excited here at FilmLoop about our all new site: https://www.filmloop.com. Over the past year, hundreds of thousands of users have shared their Loops with us. Now we can show them off properly. Take a tour around.
How to submit Loops to FilmLoop.com
Once you've made your Loop, simply turn ON the "Public" flag:
FilmLoop 2.0 users for Windows: In the Studio View, choose "View/Set Options" from the Share menu. Shows the Loop Options and Members Dialog. Check on the "Public" box.
FilmLoop Macintosh users: Ctrl-click on your Loop and Choose "Loop Options and Members". Check on the "Public" box.
Since we launched in November of 2005, there have been literally millions of Loops made. Some of those Loops have been marked as "public", which means their owners said it was OK to list them on our public network. We've also made a fair few Loops ourselves.
Now you can search through these Loops. Go to www.filmloop.com and click on "Search" in the top menu bar. You'll find some seriously fun gems in there. Have fun!
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Here's how it works:
1. First, download FilmLoop from https://www.filmloop.com. This small download takes just a couple of minutes and is easy to do.
On the FilmLoop web site, choose either the Windows or Macintosh download button.
If you save the file to your disk, double click on the file and follow the steps to install.
2. Answer a few questions on the registration dialog
3. FilmLoop will start. You'll first see a "Welcome Loop" for FilmLoop. If you want, you hide this Loop for now. Point your mouse over one of the images, pull down the "Actions" menu, and choose Hide Loop: