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Subject: Re: Which is better? Flash/Real or Director
From: John Dowdell
Date: Tue, 26 May 1998 22:24:56 +0100

At 12:29 PM 5/24/98, Wayne Townsend wrote:
>This is a *beautifully* produced CD. Outstanding! graphics & nice
>integration with the video. It was produced in SuperCard for the mac &
>ToolBook for the pc.

If you need to convert this CD project into a web version, then have you
considered using HTML itself as the hosting environment?

As Nigel noted, the trickiest part may be to do the video compression.
Heck, it may not even *need* video in order to get the client's idea across
on the web most effectively.

(Although you can show QuickTime within Director within a browser atop an
operating system, showing the video alongside, as a peer of the other
multimedia, keeps the center of gravity a little lower to the ground.)

I'm not sure of the project or the client there, Wayne, but it seems like
the existing CD would be *inspiration* for some type of internet project,
with a range of possible technologies for the revision. Am I ontrack with
what you're thinking...?


John Dowdell, Macromedia Tech Support, San Francisco CA US

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