Revolution Media Presentation Viewable on Web?
brucegregory at earthlink.net
Mon Jun 26 20:05:27 CDT 2006
Thanks for all the links, and I do agree with your thesis about internet
apps. But, from the standpoint of selling software training modules, the
two most important issues that the seller must face are trust and
familiarity, coming from and directed to their potential customers.
Users have been trained, by continual exposure, to trust web-based
transactions, standard plug-ins like QuickTime and Flash, conducted and
experienced in standard browser environments. Remove them from this trusted
commerce environment and you will probably lose many sales. Yet, from a
purely theoretical viewpoint, not all content or sales environments are best
served by what the browser environment has to offer, either.
So, for the Revolution author who wants to take advantage of all of the
authoring prowess of Revolution, yet wants to also enjoy the added benefit
of regular sales transactions, he or she might be best served by a
compromise in the form of a standard browser plug-in, which fully displays
all of the functionality of a Revolution stack . . . or, better yet, a
translator which exports the fully functional Revolution stack into a format
like Flash or QuickTime.
I'd sure be tempted to lay down a cool 300 bucks if such things were already
included in the Revolution Studio package.
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