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Usually one shockwave compresses the director files to improve
download speed. The shockwave plugin can play standard .dir or
compressed .dcr files, you might just have to add the correct embed html
As a first cut test you should be able to directly open the .dir file
from your hard drive with the web browser.
A fallback option is to zip the entiure pachage to be downloaded and
installed on the user's system.
> I have an interactive training CD and I am trying to get it to work on my web
Rather than uploading the executable, or unprotected source file, you
should publish it as Shockwave and embed the resulting file in an html
document. Check the help for more details.
The success of this process and the files it produces will depend
largely on how the original file was structured. You will also need to
upload any QuickTime files in the same relative location. And to test
Shockwave locally you should have a folder somewhere in the path named
On Wed, 03 May 2006 15:10:19 GMT, profjoe1 posted in
> Quicktime v 2.1 or greater (I have QT
> 7installed on my computer)
QT 2.x was a completely different beast than QT 3 and higher. It can actually
co-exist with newer versions.
Many programs that look for QT 2 will not be aware of QT 7. I suspect
Directors QT Asset Xtra from those days is one of them.
Mark A. Boyd
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