SWF is a dead format and will not work on any mobile device nor on any device without flashplayer installed.
Seriously, don’t do this. It’s a gimmick at best and I for one hit the back button the second I see it.
I have a similar question. And have used Flippingbook.com before.
But this time the client does'nt want to pay subscription.
Are there an apps we can just buy one time to do flipping book style and publish online?
Of course the cheaper the better.
thanks in advance
Thanks for that tip. Have you you it yourself? Whats your take on it?
Also I stumbled just now this: Yumpu - Free 3D Flipbook Tool
Are there any users of yumpu here? Any thoughts? is it for real?
Orland - did anyone ever actually answer your question? I have the same situation - a client that doesn't want to pay for the services and the one publishing service that I did find that I liked was issuu.com but this catalogue is way too large of a file for their service (yes it has been condensed) so while we are building them the custom site they want, I have a Muse site on their domain and want to insert the SWF flip book.
I used the free version Free HTML5 Flip Book Maker; Interactive HTML5 Digital Publishing Platform for Magazines, Catalogs, and more | FlipHTML5 to show sample pages of a printed book on a site built with Muse:
They don’t want to pay? Tell them they get what they pay for.
As for SWF, that’s been discussed to death, with the emphasis on death.
Appreciate the responses guys - the muse site is temporary. I don't want to sign up for another service for this temporary site. I'm in the process of exporting exactly what I needed for this in InDesign as I type this. Again, no offense, but yes i know they get what they pay for etc, etc but for this particular situation and client I was willing to go look around for a solution that I wouldn't usually recommend. Looks like I am all set. Thanks.