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Software News   Software News : Malibu 1.0 Scala-plugin for Hollywood now available
   posted by MikeB on 22-Jun-2003 22:06:17 (1704 reads)
Airsoft Softwair announced that the Malibu 1.0 plugin for Hollywood is now available. Malibu allows Hollywood to use Scala presentations.

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Re: Malibu 1.0 Scala-plugin for Hollywood now available
Posted on 23-Jun-2003 18:11:35
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Now this sounds pretty useful. I have yet to see Hollywood in action but it sounds pretty powerful.

Anyone here use Hollywood at all?

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Re: Malibu 1.0 Scala-plugin for Hollywood now available
Posted on 23-Jun-2003 19:07:29
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I have just got the 1.5 version and Malibu,but have just got to rebuild my A4000 at the weekend
Then I'll give it a go,I belive TotalAmiga mag issue 15 will have a Tutorial on Hollywood,also read that "Don Cox ?" has tried his Scala scripts with no problem


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Re: Malibu 1.0 Scala-plugin for Hollywood now available
Posted on 24-Jun-2003 13:54:24
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I wrote the tutorial in Total Amiga 15. I've had Hollywood version 1.0 since it came out and my 1.5 upgrade came on Saturday.

As long as you're prepared to learn a simple scripting language it's quite easy to use and has a lot of functions. It seems geared to what I would call multi-media applications rather than presentations. That said once you've spent some time on the basic structure you can create a decent presentation (this is what I cover in the tutorial) but the script will get quite long.

I've only had a brief look at 1.5 but it seems a big improvement. In particular "layers" let you move objects over and under each other much more effectively. There is also a new "move" system that lets you move or reposition multiple objects at once instead of one at a time.

On the Current Issue page of the Total Amiga site you can find the tutorial script (there are versions for 1.0 and 1.5) and a compiled version for download.


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Re: Malibu 1.0 Scala-plugin for Hollywood now available
Posted on 4-Aug-2003 20:59:44
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From: Izmir Turkiye

No demo? How ı check speed and useful or not?

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