Flip Book Maker

Developer: Falko Axmann

Current Version: 2.1

Last Updated: 4 years ago

Download Size: 436.8 KB - Download


FlipBook converts your movie files into printable flip books with just a few clicks!

To create a new flip book, you open your movie file with FlipBook. This shows a window which gives you a small preview of how the frames will be arranged on the paper and you can change their size and the width of the border (the area where you will later hold the flip book with your fingers).
To change the size of the paper, choose "Page Setup" from the "File" menu.

Once you're done setting up the frames, click the "Print Flip Book" button and the frames are printed.

When using iMovie or a similar editor to create your movie:
FlipBook requires a QuickTime movie file to work. In iMovie, open your project and choose "Export using QuickTime..." from the "Share" menu to create a QuickTime file from your movie.


Release Notes:

- Backwards compatible with Mac OS X 10.6


Most Helpful Reviews

Version 1.2
Review by Sparklykitty

Great app for making flipbooks! - If you enjoy making flipbooks, buy this app. FlipBooks easily converts quicktime files to sequentially numbered still images ready for printing. The page layout is highly adjustable so you can get exactly the right combination of frame size, border size, and border orientation. It even lets you know the number of pages required for printing as layout adjustments are made. Customer support is great too.

Found helpful by 7 out of 9 people
Version 2.1
Review by Lucas Gonze

Doesn't work in any way - You open a Quicktime file. The app opens up. It's a super techie dialog box with a bunch of unexplained parameters.You take a guess and open a Quicktime file. The app processes it for a while and returns to the opening screen. There is now a prompt "0 pages with 24 frames each." See that 0 pages problem? There is a "Print…" button. You hit it. You set the page range to "All." Say ok, print. It gives error message "No pages from the document were selected to be printed." I tried it on 4-5 different Quicktime files, same results. The pulldown menu options are the generic choices that must have been auto-created in the developer's IDE. For example there are settings for fonts, even though the application doesn't have any text which you can set the font on.

Found helpful by 14 out of 21 people

More Reviews for Current Version

Version 2.1
Review by BertFromPhilly

Works fine - The parameters are only super techie if you missed the secound grade class on feet and inches.

Found helpful by 2 out of 4 people