I have a small project, and I would like to know, if Director
is suited for me to do this work. I am to make a small
CD-presentation containing a catalogue for a small music-booking
I have thought it out as a small non-web self-running CD
application, containing: A small custom flash intro,(splash-screen)
a main program window with no frame containing overview of content
and custom made buttons referring to sub-menues. In the submenus,
id like the possibility to run audio-files in an background
internal audio player, controlled by custom audio navigation
buttons in every submenu. And since it is a PRmedia project, I need
it to be as graphical as possible.
I have basic knowledge in programming and design tools, but
would prefer to work from some sorts of templates.
I sincerely hope to hear from you, friendly Director users,
if you could take out a ittle time to answer my question.
The short answer to your questions is YES. Director is
extremely well suited to
what you want done. It is the best multimedia authoring
program for this type of
application. No other program can do near as much as
There aren't any templates for designing the look and feel of
your project. But
this just gives you the opportunity to design something
unique. There are behaviors
that help to simplify the amount of programming required.