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Subject: Re: FLASH: Shockwave VS Flash??
From: Pete Benedict
Date: Sun, 30 Jan 2000 14:56:26 GMT


But isn't a Flash swf file, technically, a type of Shockwave file, using Shockwave
technology? (Doesn't "swf" stand for "Shockwave for Flash" or "Shockwave Flash"?)
And, by common practice, we've just come to call Director output for the web
"Shockwave" and Flash output for the web "Flash," but both use their variant of
the Shockwave technology?

You can find Flash content at http://www.shockwave.com.

Pete Benedict
peteatbennyd [dot] com

unique wrote:

> At the exact moment of 2000., her/his local time, Alejandro Sanchez
> <alesanatiname [dot] com> put forth:
> > What is the difference bettween Shockwave and Flash?????
> > It is the same or not??
> Not the same.
> Briefly ( :-) ) :
> There is a Shockwave Player (plugin), and a Flash Player (plugin).
> You create Shockwave Player content with Director;
> you create Flash Player content with Flash.
> Furthermore, Flash Movies can be "elements" of Director productions.
> See http://www.shockwave.com for Shockwave content.
> Somewhere around here you'll find Flash content.
> HTH,
> Ken Sherwood
> *zenkat: the Flash trailer*
> http://www.kensherwood.com/zenkat.htm
> kensherwood.com
> http://www.kensherwood.com

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