The Internet! Full of fun, narrated explainer videos that usually involve some kind of simple 2D animation (sometimes hand-drawn, sometimes cobbled together from other images) with a voice-over. But how are people making them? If Flash is in terminal decline, as I keep hearing, what are the most popular software tools for piecing together 2D online animation?
Are you a schoolteacher? Or an IT person working for a school? Which version of Flash do you use? (I'm especially looking for answers from the UK, but anything is helpful.)
What are some good tech-centric temp agencies in L.A.? [more inside]
Annoyingly specific question about a failed Flash installation on a Mac: [more inside]
I am in a search of a program that will help me memorize words... [more inside]
I'm looking for a program other than Flash that can be used to make SWF slideshows/picture galleries... but it must use customised templates imported from Flash. [more inside]
Open source software for a professional web design company. [more inside]
A client wants us to create a promotional screensaver for them. The problem is we are on a Mac platform and they are on Windows. [more inside]
Looking for an iTunes-like system that permits users to access a library of assets that can be swapped in and out of preset Flash templates. Must run a local dbase containing all assets and templates... [more inside]
Other than using software like Roxio's Toast, is there any way to create a hybrid CD that contains a Mac and Windows version Flash projector?
This is driving me crazy - how to code a Flash file so that the user can manipulate it and then save the manipulated version? [more inside]
Does anyone have a good solution for copying files (say... image files) from a CDROM to a user's local disk using a Flash interface (and any appropriate add-on)? It should be cross-platform happy, and specifically able to be developed on the Mac.