Revolution Media Presentation Viewable on Web?
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Mon Jun 26 11:26:39 CDT 2006
I don't speak or work for RunRev and there's always the chance I'm just as
confused as you, but here's what I understand.
Rev Media is differentiated from Revolution in two primary ways:
First, as Jacque has already said, you can't deliver your Rev Media products
any way but using the free Rev Media Player.
Second, Rev Media comes equipped with four (for the moment) templates (more
like wizards, actually) that assist you in building specific kinds of
applications. You can do other things with Media but its primary thrust is
to focus on those template/wizards. Those assistants do NOT come with
Revolution, which is intended to be a more general purpose tool.
So I think the short answer is that if you wanted to use the Rev Media tool
to create, e.g., an adventure game, and then compile the result into a
standalone application or deliver it some othe way, you'd need both
On 6/26/06, GregSmith <brucegregory at earthlink.net> wrote:
> So, there is a way to create a viewable web presentation using Revolution
> Studio? If so, how?
> Also, if one purchases the "Media" edition, he gets some goodies that
> seem to be available with the Studio purchase, like the adventure game
> stuff. So, does one have to purchase both versions to get some of these
> premade elements? I'm confused and couldn't find the answers to these
> questions on the Runtime Revolution website.
> Thank you,
> Greg Smith
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