Quicktime Multimedia Authoring - Nearly Dead?

Luis luis at anachreon.co.uk
Fri Oct 27 11:39:54 EDT 2006

And a future 'direction' for Flash and Adobe: 



GregSmith wrote:
> If you want to see how Flash video is developing into THE interactive
> multimedia video format, you've got to take a look at what this guy is
> doing:
> http://www.gotoandlearn.com http://www.gotoandlearn.com 
> http://www.lynda.com http://www.lynda.com   (He sells his Flash video series
> here).
>  - he's a Stanford grad and treating the subject very seriously.  Flash
> Professional 8 hooked up with any kind of video converted to the .flv format
> makes an unbeatable pair.  Now, I think Quicktime could have been launched
> into this arena with much more strength, but, somebody dropped the ball
> about 9 years ago, and nobody has picked it up, since.  I wish it wasn't too
> late.  Don't let Google win this fight!
> If interactive QuickTime authoring is ever going to make a comeback, it will
> have to be able to be friendlier than authoring in Flash, but just as
> interactive.
> Greg Smith

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