Normal video DVD's with Rev applications on them?
coiin at verizon.net
Wed Jan 20 07:42:32 CST 2010
On Jan 20, 2010, at 4:33 AM, David Bovill <david.bovill at gmail.com>
> Printing something on the cover is maybe all
> that is needed - but embedding some hidden assets in the DVD may be
> part of
> the fun here.
I hope that if a request came up on a Director email list, and the
best answer to the request was for Rev to be used instead of Director,
I would tell them to use Rev!
Here we have the opposite situation. One of Director's abilities us
that it can control the DVD-Video in your computer. You can make an
interactive activity that includes the DVD quality video from any DVD-
Video disc, not just ones that have files copied onto the ROM part of
It also works in a browser. You could do a site that had bonus
features even for old titles, and directly control the associated DVD.
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