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You can convert Director movies into Shockwave and Director can output an HTML
file that calls that shockwave movie. I have a tutorial on this at:
Only in specific situations would you have an entire website created from
shockwave movies. You may have shockwave as just one part of a page but have
other parts text or images. In this case, it would be worth using a program like
Dreamweaver to format the individual pages and manage the site.
Hope that answers your question.
Director Lecturer / Consultant
A single movie can be prepared with a single menu Publish commnand.
More complex projects that navigate between movies need a bit of
revision, instead of go to movie one has to use goToNetMovie
Thank you very much for your reply!
I can see the connections there. Now I know where to concentrate my efforts.
Thanks JB for your response. This may turn out to be easier than I thought. Just alot of converting QTime files to Flash, for the most part, and then doing the NETMOVIE thing. Going pretty much directly from Director to a website is not the way to do this, I suppose, but I need something quick.
Shockwave can play quicktime movies off the web, though recompressing to
a smaller format and a more effecient codec like sorenson would make for
videos more or less on par with Flash's.