Saturday, September 8, 2012

Moving over to a new site

Hello out there,

I'm trying to make my online life a bit easier and put my site and blog all together so I've created a new home for JellyCam and I've put the blog in the same place.  So this is the last post I'll be doing here.  Catch me and JellyCam news over at

Monday, February 13, 2012

Version 4 is out...

Well it was a bit rushed and I would have liked to have tested it more, but hey, that's always the way.
I'll make another tutorial when I've got some time, but until then have a play and let me know what you think.  I've put Beta on the download button because that's what all the cool kids seem to do.

Hopefully future updates won't take as long.  This one wasn't helped by me deleting all my code and having to rebuild it from scratch (that's why the French translation bit is currently missing  - I'll add that back in when I can).

Good night and thanks for all the jellyfish

Saturday, February 4, 2012

Next version of JellyCam in less than 9 days...

I've promised a few people now that the next version of Jellycam will be available by 13th Feb.  I'm also posting it here to add extra incentive not to let anyone down.  The two key things the next version will have are the ability to add a soundtrack and they'll be no watermark at the top of the movies.

Thursday, September 1, 2011

To get rid of the watermark in the Work-in-progress version

See previous post.

Click the settings button and follow the link to get a code to remove the watermark.
The link goes here:

Get the code and enter it in the settings screen.

Wednesday, August 31, 2011

Not quite a new version for you to try

I've been feeling more and more guilty about not finishing the update to JellyCam so I thought I'd just stick up where I'm up to.  It works, but there are probably a fair few niggles so I've stuck on it on a separate web pages and set it so you can run the old and new versions alongside each other.

If you want to try it out you can get it here:

Monday, May 9, 2011

Thanks for all the comments

Thank you everyone who has emailed, linked to JellyCam, tweeted or blogged.  I thought only a few friends of mine were using it, but I guess that's what happens with this groovy internet thing.

A few people have asked about the watermark.  My intention was always to have a free version with the watermark and a paid version (for about £5) without it.  However with two kids and a brain-draining job I tend to sit zombie-like in front of the tellybox glugging wine instead of getting on with things.  (I'm on my second glass now, having just watched 'So you think you can dance?').

Now I know there are a few people outside of my facebook circle who like to dabble in a little JellyCam animation I shall endeavour to turn off the telly more often (I'll stick with the wine though, it helps my coding) and start on the long list of improvements.  Top of the list is including a way to add in sound and making a paid version without watermark.