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Director to dvd

Director to dvd

Director to dvd

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Hi,

If I created a small navigable application in director (portfolio of a company with profiles etc) that consisted of a menu with links and sub links that went to different "pages", will it go onto DVD and have working navigation and buttons just as with a general projector file?

and if so how is this done do i need an xtra or is it built in?

I know that if i do something like this in flash and put it to dvd the nav wont work as it will within an swf it will just be video

any help greatly appreciated

RE: Director to dvd

DVD-ROM (not to be confused with DVD video disc) is just a data disc, you can treat it just like your hard drive. And yes, you can use Flash if you like.

Kenneth Kawamoto
www.materiaprima.co.uk

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