Flash Banner Wizard is a powerful and easy to use application which can help you create Flash banner, Flash slideshow, Flash animation, Flash text effects and GIF banner without any Flash knowledge and skills.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36
Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista
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Description: Flash Banner Wizard is a powerful and easy to use application which can help you create Flash banner, Flash slideshow, Flash animation, Flash text effects and GIF banner without any Flash knowledge and skills.
The software features a What You See Is What You Get user interface, you can add text, image, Flash SWF or Flash animation effect to the Flash banner, adjust its position by drag and drop, then define the entry and exit time, select the entry and exit animation from pre-made Flash effects. The result can be viewed immediately with the built-in preview window.
You can customize Flash banner to any size, set its shape as rectangle or rounded corner, add clickable web link address to each text, image or Flash SWF, or you can define web link address for the whole banner. The software also offers built-in professional Flash preloader, built-in background Flash animation effects, including Flash Snow Effect, Flash Firefly Effect, Flash Star Effect, Flash Fireworks Effect and Flash Heart Effect. More Flash effects will be added in the future version.
The banner can be published as Flash SWF file or GIF image file.
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Software can turn slideshow into a mini-movie Vacationing in Prague in 2000, software programmer Chad Richard went shutter happy with his digital camera over the spectacular images of Eastern Europe. To show them off, he decided to modernize the traditional slideshow format.