Links, Links and Damn Links
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With the Chrome Lib, graphic artists are empowered to create FX and interactive scenes by themselves, without the need to resort to programming. One of the basic feature is to build a scene from several different W3Ds or to load animation only W3Ds to add new motions to a character in a W3D scene. Thereafter, they can use another behavior to play these animations when the user presses a given key. The Chrome Lib has also been designed to help Shockwave 3D developers tap into the potential of the engine. The Chrome Lib makes for the lack of 3D timeline in Director to interpolate transforms or tween material properties such as the emissive color or the blend level.
LingoPark ist die offizielle Website der MMUG-D (Macromedia User Group - Deutschland) und ein Platz für alle die sich speziell im Bereich Macromedia Director austauschen möchten. [English translation courtesy of Babel Fish: "LingoPark is the official Website of the MMUG-D (Macromedia user Group - Germany) and a place for all particularly within the range the Macromedia Director to exchange itself would like."]
Al Partridge has "created this virtual place to provide a communication center and data haven for the many people who have been using whatever means they could to bring 3D to Director for many years now."
Directorforum.de is a German-language forum (really). I looks fairly busy and well cared for.
This was Christophe Leske's über Director site with news and undocumented lingo.
Great resource for getting Shockwave to interact with 'the outside world'.
Marty Plumbo's 3D tutorials and demos.
Developer Dispatch is a Web log published by Gary Rosenzweig. It contains information for Flash and Director developers.
has a huge list of shockwave sites and forums.
A big collection of code and Director/Lingo related things. MediaMacros's Chuck Neal can often be found helping out at macromedia.director.lingo forum.
Director Web is the grand-non-gender-specific-ancestor of all Director websites. Home of the Direct-L list. Unfortunately, the searchable archive has been discontinued (June, 2005).
First published 02/12/2014