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Running a website from a dvd

Running a website from a dvd

Running a website from a dvd

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Hi Guys

I have built a website using Flash 8.

My client has asked if it is possible to run this website from a dvd so that is can be viewed on a users tv via their dvd player as opposed ot their computer.

Can director provide me with the tools to do this?

Any guidance would be much appreciated.

Thanking you all in advance.

RE: Running a website from a dvd

There's no way to use Flash/Director to create a DVD I'm afraid. You need to break down your Flash movie into linear videos with no interactivity, then re-compile as a DVD title using a DVD authoring software. You need to translate your Flash movie navigation into the DVD menu navigation, which is very basic and limited. I use Encore (PC) or DVD Studio Pro (Mac) but you can use any DVD authoring tool available to do the job.

Kenneth Kawamoto
www.materiaprima.co.uk

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