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That could very easily be done in Director. Just be careful what format
you use for the videos. The best movie-playing xtra for various formats
is MpegAdvance. It can play most movie formats that the machine has
codecs for and does not require any additional software.
If your target audience is Windows only, then you can get away with the
free built in wmv media type.
The free built in quicktime player is also quite useful, since it plays
many formats, but it requires that quicktime be installed on the target
If you want to play flash video (flv) then you need to design a swf
wrapper for it. There are various tutorials on the web about how to do
excellent. thanks mike
as i will be producing the films as well, i can decide what format to output them as. one will definately be mostly created in after effects, but could easily be plonked back into premiere for output.
i was thinking of using quicktime .mov's as they seem a better overall quality than .WMV's in my experience so far, and i can get access to the target laptop before the presentation night to install any required players.
does this sound about right??
As long as it is not a problem to be sure that quicktime is installed on
the target laptop, then using quicktime formatted movies will be perfect.
brilliant. thanks for your help, its really appreciated