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RoqueFort 
Re: Hollywood Designer - a few examples from this powerful tool!
Posted on 7-Apr-2009 18:35:14
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Trixie wrote:
Yes that would interest me also - how good is Hollywood at syncing gfx/anim/presentation stuff with MP3 music?


Possibly not at all.

I was hoping Hollywood might serve as a replacement for AnimatED- add sound, music and timing to animation files. Not so though, as Andreas himself said Hollywood can't do anything else while playing an animation.

Mind you, this was a while ago, and new features may have been added since.

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Posted on 7-Apr-2009 18:45:55
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@RoqueFort

hehe.. believe me, it is all about dentistry :)

However, the examples i made available for download was to show what is possible with Designer and not really to show off our software :)

take a look at our homepage www.ferrule-media.no to see some real snapshots of our software - im pretty sure you will find some teeth in there ;)

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@RoqueFort

hehe.. believe me, it is all about dentistry :)


So it does... silly me.

In addition, "kanal" is very similar to the English word canal, where root canal work is also an aspect of dentistry.

Time to get my teeth into it...

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Posted on 8-Apr-2009 0:17:28
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Hello :)

To better show of Designers excellent userinterface I have decided to upload a few screenshots of the program. I find the GUI clean and very easy to both use and understand.

I was able to master the program after just playing with it for a short period of time. It shows that the author Andreas Falkenhahn has used a large amount of time to develop an userinterface that is both functional and fun to work with!


screenshot 1
http://www.ferrule-media.no/amiga/screenshot1.jpg

screenshot 2
http://www.ferrule-media.no/amiga/screenshot2.jpg

screenshot 3
http://www.ferrule-media.no/amiga/screenshot3.jpg

screenshot 4
http://www.ferrule-media.no/amiga/screenshot4.jpg

screenshot 5
http://www.ferrule-media.no/amiga/screenshot5.jpg

best regards

Torgeir Vee


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@RoqueFort

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Trixie wrote: Yes that would interest me also - how good is Hollywood at syncing gfx/anim/presentation stuff with MP3 music?

RoqueFort wrote: Possibly not at all. I was hoping Hollywood might serve as a replacement for AnimatED- add sound, music and timing to animation files. Not so though, as Andreas himself said Hollywood can't do anything else while playing an animation.

Well, that's a bit... "frustrating" is the word

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@fuskoSCN

Thank you for your interest


Good luck with your (very interesting) project too!!

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@Allanon

Can you shed light on this not playing MP3 while showing anims (by anims, does that mean Amiga anims or screen effects), I want to build a Media Player for Aros and this may be a problem. Any ideas seeing as you obviously use it a lot, oh and I will probably just buy Hollywood and not Designer yet.

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@fuskoSCN

Snapshots looks great & your design is excellent! I see program uses transparent PNGs... It is OK but - it would be even better if you could import EPS [or other vector format files, like .AI or similar].

Amiga could be very useable machine if programs like DrawStudio, PageStream and ArtEffect will be finished for OS4. I personally liked DrawStudio a lot as you could create most of the vector arts as on other platforms.

All best with your projects. :)

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Posted on 8-Apr-2009 13:12:41
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@djnick

Thank you!

It is true that Hollywood doesn't support vectorgfx yet - However i have not really missed it since the PNG-support is so good.

Have you ever tried Hollywood Designer?

Torgeir :)

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Allanon 
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@clusteruk

I'll test this for you but I'm pretty sure there are not problems at all with mp3 playing + screen fx

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Posted on 8-Apr-2009 13:23:05
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@clusteruk

I have tried earlier to play a mp3-file/sound while running a presentation. It worked without any problems - text, illustrations and photos appeared as they should (with effects) - everthing ran smoothly.

Best regards
Torgeir :)

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