|Aug 30, 2006, 09:55 PM||#1|
Exporting as Flash
I'm sure you're all aware that you can export your 3-D motion graphics, creted in Keynote, as Flash Media (or a as a quicktime file). The question i have is how should one go about importing this media into iweb to in turn publish a site with a flash intro or interactive quicktime file. i'm really hoping this is possible. so far i've only been able to import the graphics as a quicktime movie thus making it impossible to hyper link to the rest of the site. thanks for the help peeps.
much luv and peace to you all.
|Aug 30, 2006, 10:18 PM||#2|
There is a download on the Apple Mac OS X Download page for a free add in to iWeb that allows you to edit the HTML in iWeb. You'll want to embed the flash/media/etc into the HTML there.
Good Luck, Kevin
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