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SWiSH Max

SWiSH Max
The interface of SWiSH Max2
Developer(s) SwishZone
Stable release SWiSH Max 4.0 / 2011.06.20
Operating system MS Windows
Type Macromedia Flash
License Proprietary EULA
Website SwishZone

SWiSH Max is a flash creation tool that is commonly used to create interactive and cross-platform movies, animations, and presentations. It is developed and distributed by Swishzone.com Pty Ltd, based in Sydney, Australia. SWiSH Max primarily outputs to the .swf format, which is currently under control of Adobe Systems.[1]

SWiSH Max was designed for the Windows operating system. SWiSH Max3 added features such as a knife drawing tool, advanced shape operations, and ActionScript 2.0 classes.

Contents

  • Graphics 1
  • Scripting 2
  • See also 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Graphics

SWiSH Max is generally considered to be a simpler and less costly Flash creation tool in comparison with Adobe Flash. SWiSH Max does not support some Adobe Flash features such as ActionScript 3.0, shape tweens, and bitmap drawing capabilities. It does, however, include general Flash creation features such as vector drawing, motion tweens, and symbol editing. In addition, SWiSH Max incorporates a number of automated effects and transitions, which make building certain Flash elements such as buttons, advanced transition effects, and interactive Flash sites simpler. One drawback of SWiSH Max is its inability to open or save .fla files, which limits exchanges between other programs to final .swf files.

Scripting

The scripting used in SWiSH Max is a variation of ActionScript, commonly known as SWiSH script. SWiSH script contains most ActionScript 2.0 functionality, including support for ActionScript 2.0 classes in SWiSH Max 3.

See also

References

  1. ^ Baker, Donna (2004). Official Swishmax Bible. City: Wiley & Sons.  

External links

  • Official website


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