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Nochemals "Flash"

Das soll absolut keine Reklame sein, anyway, es laeuft, dank:


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Where can I get a Flash Player for a different platform?

   Product: Flash Platform: All Versions: 4.0 and above ID: 14015
   (All of the following is subject to rapid change, and is current as of
   August 1999.)
   The Flash and Shockwave Players are most common on the common computer
   platforms. You can easily get these through
   http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/ .
   The Flash Player is also available from Macromedia in versions for
   Linux and Solaris, via the "Need another player?" page at
   http://www.macromedia.com/shockwave/download/alternates/ .
   The Flash file format was documented in April 1998, and a year later
   the Flash Player source code became available for zero-cost licensing
   to creators of emerging platforms. More info on this topic can be
   found by using the "Standards" link on the front page of
   http://www.macromedia.com/software/flash/ .
   Many talented third-party developers have created their own Flash
   Players for various environments. An interesting link site for these
   various efforts is maintained by Olivier Debon, a pioneer in this
   field, at
   l .
   Keywords: Flash Player, Shockwave Player, Linux, Amiga, BeOS, Unix,
   Solaris, FreeBSD, HP-UX, Windows CE, platforms, operating systems
   Last updated: August 13, 1999
   Author: John Dowdell
   Area: Tips & Tricks
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Es gibt auch einen "swift-generator", um dynamische "Flash"-Filmchen
herzustellen, eingesetzt unter anderem auf der deutschen Coca Cola
website. Ansonsten muss man wohl den Macromedia Editor besitzen (kaufen).