Mmmhmm. That's right. Flipnotes. Turns out I was right. My idea did work. So now I'll tell YOU how it's done! I just ate a whole box of zebra cakes. SHIT JUST GOT REAL!
So, finish a flipnote, then make sure you have an SD card, and when you save it, save it as a .GIF. (This will take time.) Then after that, take your SD card and put it into your computer. Take the flipnote you made out and put a copy onto your computer. (Keep the original on the SD card just in case you mess something up.)
Now download Windows Movie Maker. Micorosoft will offer you other crap during the installation process, but just decline. Next step, download WavePad sound editor: www.nch.com.au/wavepad/index.h…. It works really well.
So now you have everything you need, but wait, Windows Movie maker wont let you open up .gif files! So convert it to an .AVI with this: video.online-convert.com/conve…. This will allow you to open up your flipnote in Movie Maker. But we still need sound. Well most audio from flipnotes are from Youtube videos. So use this video.online-convert.com/conve… to download any Youtube video's audio in an MP3 format. So now you have this big chunky audio, but you only want the part that was originally in your flip. So open the audio up in WavePad, and now you can highlight, cut, and crop the part you want. Then save it, and Movie Maker will let you import the audio you just made.
Once you've successfully finished your flip, audio, animations in all, Save it AS A MOVIE! Not a project. When you hit save, save it as a movie for computers. Then it will be an MP4 file and be ready to be uploaded to Youtube. Simple enough XD
Sorry I can't describe things well, but I hope I helped some people.