Indianna Jones Style Travel Map

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Indianna Jones Style Travel Map

Post by sjj1805 »

Having recently returned from a two week Eastern Mediterranean Cruise with Ocean Village, I wanted to open my Holiday DVD with an Indianna Jones style travel Map.

How to do this is shown in this link. I have taken the procedure a bit further because this map involves two complete loops.

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Post by MaureenO »

It's a brilliant map you've done up there, sir!

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Flash demo

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Where did you get the flash animations that you used in this video demo?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OndqetjC ... er&search=
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Post by Ron P. »

What version of VS do you have? They are all found in VS9, 10 and 11. In the Library click on the drop-down arrow and select Flash Animation.
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Flash demo

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Hello, I'm not using VS. I am using MSP8.
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Post by sjj1805 »

I don't think MediaStudio comes with animated flash objects.
I have so many Ulead programs now that I tend to import stuff from one to another. Like Ron mentioned - those were from VideoStudio.

There are some links to FREE flash material here:
Free Stuff for use with Ulead Products
There might be some in its 'sister' link
ThirdParty Commercial Software for Intervideo-Ulead products - sorry can't remember what I did include in that link!