Want to make your own screensavers with your favorite Flash movies? Flash Screensaver Vault is just designed for you. It lets you package multi-Flash movies into one screensaver and custom the fragment to play of each Flash movie.
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Description: Want to make your own screensavers with your favorite Flash movies? Flash Screensaver Vault is just designed for you. It lets you package multi-Flash movies into one screensaver and custom the fragment to play of each Flash movie. It permits you to distribute your screensavers unlimitedly without any additional fee. It also provides you a build-in screensaver, with which you can enjoy Flash screensavers on your own computer without having to create them separately.
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