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Director v Flash for DVD

Director v Flash for DVD

Director v Flash for DVD

Hi there

I have been using Flash for quite a few years. One of my jobs now involves creating a movie in flash that is used in a DVD, it started off as a 3 minute animation that mainly included vector graphics and text, the DVD is updated every few months and now is up to about 7 minutes and includes large pictures, video and sound. I'm sure this project will grow even more and I fear I may be reaching the limits of Flash's capabilities. Has anyone got any advice on swaping over to Director, would it be beneficial for a project like this or would another package be better, for example After Effects or Premiere?
Thanks for reading, look forward to any replies.

RE: Director v Flash for DVD

If you're talking about creating a linear video (i.e. no interactivity) then I wouldn't use Director. Although you can use Director to create such a piece, I'd use dedicated tool for the job: AfterEffects.

Kenneth Kawamoto

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