Comparison of Multimedia Prowess - Director and Revolution

GregSmith brucegregory at earthlink.net
Tue Oct 10 14:11:51 EDT 2006


Malte:

Thanks for the detailed reply.  I'm not familiar enough with all the
functionality of the Arcade Engine to comment on what more it needs.  But,
for me to be able to use it for my purposes, I would need very specific
visual examples explaining how to do these things.  

I think that anything is learnable and doable.  Especially with regard to
Revolution.  Anything that is explained directly, pictorially, by example,
visually, can be made understandable to most people.  So, what I would like
to see, but by no means, expect, is really good video tutorials
demonstrating, step-by-step, how to assemble a basic interactive media
project, of the sort I mentioned, as well as similar training videos
showing, graphically, how to put together a basic adventure game and a basic
side-scroller game.  

Now, this is an incredibly tall order and I really don't expect to see
anything along these lines . . . , well,  maybe, never.  It's just too much
work for any developer to add to their already huge list of things to do.

But, you did ask.

Greg Smith
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