Though most of you are already familiar with how to watch videos online, here are the two important controls, used for creating a 'print out' of a video, that you will use the most (shown by the red lines): The first is the 'time line', now showing a small red dot. The grey portion of the line shows the amount of video that has been 'streamed' or 'pre-loaded', so you can watch without stops and starts in the streaming process. As the video progresses, you'll note the red line moves further to the right - and it coincides with the minutes and seconds underneath the line.
We're starting this video at 11:52 - 11 min 52 sec. You begin the video by clicking on the 'right arrow'. When the video is running, this symbol turns to a double bar. You can click on the time line and move it forward, to the right, or back, to the left, to position the exact moment that you want to capture. You can also write down the minutes/seconds of important instructions, so you can quickly move the line to that time, instead of seeing many minutes of video you don't want to re-watch.
Let's begin! Create a new document in your word processing program. Name it "Fractal Wire Wrap, Yvonne Williams". This will allow you to search for it later by the subject, and the artist's name. Set up your document using the 'Page Layout' selection, choosing 'narrow margins' and 'two columns'. (Specific details are in my previous article - please print it out and refer to it as we work.)
I also choose the 'ruler' option, so I can see how much paper length is left, as I add photos and text. This allows me to adjust the size of the photos/graphics, if needed, to keep the article as compact as possible.
Add the title to the document: "FRACTAL WIRE WRAP, BY YVONNE WILLIAMS", and save it. Now we're ready to start 'copying' the video.