WHAT: The Atlanta Macromedia User Group October Meeting
WHEN: 6:30 PM, Thursday, October 21, 2004 (presentation at 7:00 PM)
WHERE: The Georgia Tech Student Center
WHO: Tunji Afonja, Multidmedia (http://multidmedia.com/)
TOPIC: Flash Studio PRO v2
Join your fellow Macromedia developers as we learn more about Flash Studio PRO v2.
Make sure you know where the meeting is by using the interactive map.
The student center is marked on the map as 114. Parking can be found at the parking deck marked 54.
Please RSVP at leifwellsNOSP@M@mac.com to let me know you are coming. If you have any questions, my answers will have to wait until I return from my much needed vacation.
From our presenter Tunji Afonja:
Our product, Flash Studio PRO v2, is regarded as the top 3rd party Flash tool for generating stand alone desktop application with .swf files. This tool is helping to spring a new and emerging market for Flash Designers and Developers. With Flash Studio PRO v2, these Designers and Developers are now boldly taking on exciting and different types of projects that include full fledged cross platform desktop applications, advanced kiosks, enhanced CD-ROM and special applications. This new market is allowing these Designers and Developers to double or triple their earnings, using the same Flash skills they have without needing any new training.
We believe it will be of great benefit for your users to be informed about this. Some of the information we plan to share with your users include:
– Creating Stand Alone Flash applications that:
– Connect to any Database( Access, ADO, SQL, etc )
– Play any Media Type( A.V.I., MPEG, DVD, etc)
– Perform special tasks( activeX, PDF embedding, FTP )
– Give you total Control over the Operating System
– Do Cool Stuff( Custom Skins,Transparency, Organic Shape Applications )
– Seamlessly deploying flash applications to PC, Mac, and Pocket PC, using the same code and assets.
– Boldly stepping into new markets(DVD, Enhanced CD, Specialized Desktop Applications )
– Quadrupling your earning potential using Flash Studio Pro with Macromedia Flash MX 2004