Multimedia authoring tools?

Jason Cunliffe jasonic at nomadicsltd.com
Tue Sep 5 22:30:14 CEST 2000


As far as I know 'pySWF' is possible makes __lots__ of sense.
I would love to stay in contact with anyone who is interested to do this.

I can provide some good links and ideas on this stuff.. just not handy to
them at this moment

The other approach is not quite the same, but has many alternative virtues
is SVG. [Scalable Vector Graphics]
Nothing proprietary and entirely XML-based which Python is very well suited
for.

- Jason
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Jason CUNLIFFE = NOMADICS.(Interactive Art and Technology).Design Director

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>
>
> I was originally going to ask in this posting if there had been any work
> done within the Python community on making an interface to Macromedia
> Flash animations?
>
> I had noticed that the interface for SWF files (Shockwave Flash File
> Format) was available publicly: http://openswf.org/
>
> But when I read the license, I understood that making a Python interface
> is not possible.
>
> People have brought up the topic of Multimedia authoring before in this
> newsgroup and I just  wanted to ask has anyone looked into making an
> Python interface to add a scripting layer to existing c++ multimedia
> libraries....or...
>
> if we want to make applications that integrate various forms of multimedia
> are we stuck with Director/Flash/Macromedia or are there any potential
> Python solutions on the horizon?
>
> I only ask this because Python seems to be center all open source
> integrative scripting solutions.
>
> Thanks,
>
> Jon Fernquest
> bayinnaung at hotmail.com
>
>
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