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Subject: RE: OT: Easy CD Creator (was: CDROM Authoring)
From: Chris Jester (CTS Technical)
Date: Fri, 31 Jul 1998 10:38:43 +0100

Do like someone suggested earlier

Create a projector file from the .swf here is a quick example


Is the type of idea you were thinking about? You can do all of it in Flash.


> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sean Robertson [SMTP:seanratzapinc [dot] com]
> Sent: Thursday, July 30, 1998 11:51 AM
> To: flasheratshocker [dot] com
> Subject: Re: OT: Easy CD Creator (was: CDROM Authoring)
> I have extensive knowledge of html (see http://www.zapinc.com), and we
> originally planned to go with html, but then as we got into it, we
> realized
> that not everybody is going to have the same plugins, browsers, etc., so
> how
> do you ensure that everyone sees the same thing (or even sees anything,
> for
> that matter). We intend to mass produce the CD, so buying multiple
> licenses
> for a viewer doesn't seem like a practical option. I do like the idea of
> opera not needing to be installed, though. Does it have built in support
> for midi, wav, and avi files? If not, can plugins for these files be
> included on the CD, again with no installation required?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Howard Wolosky <howardwatmmtsolutions [dot] com>
> To: flasheratshocker [dot] com <flasheratshocker [dot] com>
> Date: Thursday, July 30, 1998 2:37 PM
> Subject: Re: OT: Easy CD Creator (was: CDROM Authoring)
> >We commonly create our presentations with a combination of HTML, Flash,
> and
> >mpeg video. We have talked with the developers of OPERA browser and have
> >bought hundreds of licenses from them. They have personalized our copies
> to
> >suit our needs and have been VERY helpful. Opera is only 2 meg, and
> requires
> >no installation on the computer it is being played on. Therefore the
> >presentation is completely self contained on the CD.
> >
> >Since you want the most affordable and least complex solution, I would
> >definately lead towards this one. You obviously know how to use flash,
> and
> I
> >assume that you can also work with HTML. Those two combined create a
> very
> >worthy presentation, and your clients would probably never realize it was
> >HTML.
> >
> >Opera supports Javascript and numerous plugins, but does not currently
> support
> >JAVA itself.
> >
> >
> >
> >At 10:20 AM 7/30/98 -0400, you wrote:
> >>
> >> It turns out we already have Adaptec Easy CD Creator installed on one
> of
> our
> >> machines. That program seems to be more for actually recording stuff
> onto

> >> the CD. What I need is some software to create the multimedia
> presentation
> >> which will go onto the CD. Can Easy CD Creator do that? If so, how? If
> >> not, what is the most affordable program which can? The presentation
> would
> >> not need to be complex, in fact, the simpler, the better.
> >>
> >> Sean Robertson
> >> Webmaster, ZAP Incorporated
> (<http://www.zapinc.com/>http://www.zapinc.com/)
> >> <seanratzapinc [dot] com (mailto:seanratzapinc [dot] com)>seanratzapinc [dot] com
> >>
> >> Genius exists only when one is willing to let go of the comforts of the
> >> past and embrace the future with an open mind."
> >
> >
> >
> >Howard Wolosky
> >---------------------------------------------------------------
> >MMT Solutions - Specializing in Online Shopping Solutions
> > 973-808-8644 http://www.safecommerce.com
> >

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