Re: Demo programs

Subject: Re: Demo programs
From: "Hiatt, Michel" <MHIATT -dot- INT-MAIL -at- SMTP -dot- INTECOM -dot- COM>
Date: Tue, 11 Apr 1995 15:45:00 CDT

On Tue, 11 Apr 1995, Douglas Thayer wrote:

> This may be off the beaten track (though still not as off as some
> recent postings), but our Product Support Group is looking for a
new
> program to use for producing animated demo disks. They are
currently
> using something called IRPRO, which is apparently difficult to
use.

> Can someone point us in the right direction?

It seems like *every* animated demo I've seen has been done using
Macromind Director from MacroMedia. These are all Mac demos, mind you,
and I have no idea whether Director is available for PCs. But since you
didn't state in your query what platforms you were using, I thought I'd
tell you what I know.

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Additional information by Mike Hiatt:

MacroMedia's whole suite of multimedia authoring tools is available for
the PC and they have a really neat demo disk available. I've seen it and
it is really cool, especially if you have sound.


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