At first we press on the "Add Video" button of the toolbar to specify the videos that we want to add.
You can also simply drag and drop the videos on the main screen to do that.
It is also possible to add the videos of an entire folder by selecting "Add Folder" from the "File" menu.
Afterwards, we can press on the "Move Up" and "Move Down" buttons of the toolbar to order the videos.
Moreover, we can select and then copy and paste a specific video on the list.
After having added the videos we can check the "Slow Computer" radio button if we have a slow computer or the "Fast Computer" radio button if we have a fast computer.
It is possible to specify frames per seconds (fps) of the video, timer interval for Windows background update and video width in order to lower cpu usage levels.
Slow computers should have a low fps and high value for timer interval.
Now we press on the "Create Wallpaper" button of the toolbar to create the wallpaper and wait for the application to do its job.
It is necessary to test always the video wallpaper in order to avoid the application from hanging.
We press on the "Test" button of the toolbar and see if Windows is responding normally.
The test will stop automatically in 60 seconds. If your computer gets slow it will return to normal in 60 seconds.
After having done the test we now press on the "Play" button of the toolbar to play it !
We can now minimize the application.
Check the option "Minimize to System Tray" from the "Options" menu to minimize the application to the system tray.
It is possible to run the video wallpaper automatically at Windows startup.
Simply check the "Run automatically at Windows Startup" checkbox.
When the application is first started it asks you for your desired user interface language.
You can also change the user interface language from the "Language" menu.