Revolution Media Presentation Viewable on Web?
brucegregory at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 26 12:54:20 CDT 2006
I really like the wizard idea for putting together an adventure type game,
(which I would just use for fun), so I'd have to purchase Media for that.
But, I still don't understand how I would use Studio to put together a
"demonstration" type web presentation that would feature watchable,
interactive snippets of my educational content, made with Revolution. My
goal is to sell these interactive educational video modules, online, but
people just don't buy these things without an online sampling that they can
experience "right away", if you know what I mean.
As far as I have been able to assess, one would have to author an entire
"web application" to put actual Runtime examples online, not viewable in a
standard browser. But, I'm still confused whether such an application would
act as content, like Flash or interactive QuickTime, or whether it is an
entire, experiential web application.
For convenience, most people offering online training stuff require the kind
of portability that Flash or QuickTime offers, so that the content can be
viewed in a standard web browser . . . is that even possible with any
version of Runtime Revolution?
View this message in context: http://www.nabble.com/Revolution-Media-Presentation-Viewable-on-Web--t1846212.html#a5051742
Sent from the Revolution - User forum at Nabble.com.
More information about the use-livecode