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If you bought your digital camera in the past few years, it’s got a mode that lets you take short video clips instead of photos.
Why, turn them into flipbooks, of course!
FlipClips takes your short video clips and prints them into little flipbooks. Just go to their site, upload a clip, choose a title and cover design, and $9 and 10 days later, you’ve got yourself a custom-made, full-color flipbook.
p.s. For a closer look, check out our jackrabbit-fast 40-second demo video.
Since FlipClips are best seen in motion, we thought we’d share this hyper-quick, quite nearly silent, video review. Enjoy!
Here’s the video we used to make this flipbook, shot in Sydney by Vimeo superstar, Tina Mosh:
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Published on August 10, 2006 — See more Buy This
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