Video Tips: How to slurp your photos from Flickr

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This short screencast illustrates how easy it is to add photos from your Flickr sets and photostream to a Blurb Book. Not familiar with Flickr? Check out flickr.com or peruse the Blurb Books user group.

This is one of our first takes on introducing tutorials and tips as video screencasts so please let us know if you find this valuable or how they could be improved. What are other tutorials you’d like to see in the future?

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5 Comments

  1. I’m comfy with adobe photoshop 5.5 and image ready, but my downloaded BookSmart was too slow, slow, slow. Then things disappeared. Am not using huge images, just jpg’s. So I un-installed. I would love to use Blurb successfully, so I may try again, but it was only frustration for me. If anyone is listening, thanks!

    By Cathy Huenefeld
      October 20, 2007 – 11:30 am   Permalink
  2. I am about to select photos to make a book. I assume they must be saved in JPEG but what resolution? any particular size?.
    thanks, Polly

    By Polly Phillips
      October 21, 2007 – 3:33 pm   Permalink
  3. Hi Polly. If you go to Blurb.com and select Help, you’ll access our FAQs. Just type in any question you have about photo resolution and photo sizes. You’ll get all the BookSmart-specific answers you need.

      October 22, 2007 – 12:58 pm   Permalink
  4. Help, where is the tutorial for slurping from flickr?

    Blurb, slurp flickr no video when I click right facing arrow.

      January 10, 2008 – 10:12 am   Permalink
  5. Hmm, it’s gone disappeared on us. We’ll get that fixed soon enough. In the meantime, you can find it here.

    By Kathy
      January 10, 2008 – 10:36 am   Permalink

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