check out this flash website www.icadlearning.com

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hi guyz you need to check out this flash site http://www.icadlearning.com. i really would need to know how they managed to combine 3d animation with flash. i must say it was very perfect. was the 3d done in flash or 3d max. if it is in 3d max how did they combine the animation with flash so perfectly.
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doesn't look like it's finished yet. But if you look at the services page it looks like they use just about everything you could possibly imagine.
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but how did they combine 3d animation of that computer with flash
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You can import video into flash. They most likely imported it into it's own video clip or component.


Several ways it can be done. Here's a couple:
http://www.adobe.com/devnet/flash/artic ... eo_03.html
http://web.uvic.ca/akeller/pw408/ht_imp ... _flash.htm
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The realistic 3d in that site is through video, the rendered it and then imported into flash.

But 3d swift is a good method to import and keep your 3d objects in vector:
http://www.erain.com/products/swift3d/

And as far as the site:
That is a chessy template, It has no concept other than to be generic enough that anyone can slap their logo on it. And as you can see the person put it up without even changing the logo. The only thing nice about it is it's technical merits.
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with my experience, Swift 3d is not the best method, but the easiest.
The best way to put some 3d animation, made in 3dmax, in flash, is by render the animation in .png format or .jpg.
Then, in Flash you just import the first image and automaticaly flash ask you if you want to import all the sequence of images. There, you will have a good result.

You even can do better if you're in hollidays. Just open all the images in photoshop and make them optimized.
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oh.
transforming the image in vector it's not the best solution because, if you need quality in you animation, the image vectorized will be heavyer than the .png image. You will have the advantage of scale the vector image as you wish, but you final file wiil be more heavy and fat.

If there's another way, please share.
Thanks
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sorry..

here's a great example of 3d max and flash working together.

http://www.ingreme.com
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its an amazing site though! i wish i could make em like that xD

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