Shoop although being clunky as hell seems to work OK in Windows 7. You create a list of sheeps file names in a basic text document (notepad) and import that into Shoop. The file names in you txt document MUST match the actual file names. It is recommended you list them in order of how the ES screensaver would play them. Get this order from the debugging script and manipulate in Excel to clean it up! Upload into Shoop, rescan your ES content directory then export to an AVI. Outcome is better than Watching them in windows media player but not as good as the Screen saver app. Still not bad!
I used to use the old version of Shoop, and I'm glad to see it's being revived! I just used it tonight to make 2 test videos, and it works great! Still light on documentation, but if you familiarize yourself with the old docs, it's pretty easy to figure out. Nice work, folks! :-)