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Newbie Director Question - Buttons and Sound

Newbie Director Question - Buttons and Sound

Newbie Director Question - Buttons and Sound

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Hello. I don't use director, I've used flash a bit and I use Apple's DVD Studio Pro to make simple dvds. However, a client wants me to make a dvd with buttons that make sounds both as the mouse moves over it and as the mouse clicks it, just like I can easily make in flash. Without going out and buying director just to see if I can do this, I thought I'd ask you all first. Please let me know if this is possible - buttons with sound. Thanks!

snowericsnow@yahoo.com

RE: Newbie Director Question - Buttons and Sound

Oh yes you can put sound on buttons! But if you can do that in Flash then why not putting your Flash Projector in your DVD-ROM?

Kenneth Kawamoto
www.materiaprima.co.uk

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