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Before purchasing an animation from ProfessionalAnimations.com, be
sure your web site provider supports Flash, Flash Video or GIF
formats. Your web site support group should inform you of any
compatibility issues with the files and code described in this
document. We do not give refunds because of misunderstandings of
how to use what you have purchased here on
ProfessionalAnimations.com. Investigate your situation first and then
buy your animations to create a dynamically active image web site. We
will help you with any download issues from our site. Other support
issues will be charged at our consulting fee rate of $100.00 an hour
if you need help in implementation.
Facts about Animation Files
The use of GIF animation files represent an animation type that is
used within emails, PowerPoint presentations and web sites. These are
usually of very small size for fast display.
Using Flash, or Flash Video, requires a computer having the Adobe
Flash Player. Most systems have this software as part of
their base system. If you find the animation does not work, you can
get this free download from Adobe's web site. Search for "Adobe
Flash Player" and get the most recent release. The most current
release is available at http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer.
Animations in Microsoft PowerPoint Slides
Microsoft has some very good detailed instructions on how to insert a
Flash (.swf) animation into a PowerPoint slide show at http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/powerpoint/HA012303211033.aspx.
If you purchase a Flash Video (.flv), you must convert your .flv into
a .swf to use these instructions. This is called embedding into a
.swf file. The Flash development kit allows you to do this or you can
use other conversion tools.
When you purchase a file from ProfessionalAnimations.com, we create a
download file with all of the files necessary for running your
animation. We use WinZip, a commonly used utility to compress all
files into a compact file for sending across the internet. Winzip can
be downloaded for free as a demo product at http://www.winzip.com/index.htm.
There may be several files within the .zip file. All of these files
should be put into the same directory for running the animation. The
type of animation purchased will depend on the type and number of
support files within the download file. Use the Extract selection
from within Winzip to put all files into the same directory. The file
extensions below describe each of the possible file types. The #####
represents the animation id number purchased.
#####.gif, a GIF animation.
#####.swf, a Flash animation.
#####.flv, a Flash Video animation.
#####.html, the sample HTML code file to run the animation.
This code can be used in your index.html file to incorporate the
animation within your web site.
FLVPlayer.swf, a Flash Video player necessary to run Flash
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