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Thread: cdrom for mac & PC

  1. #1
    Junior Member
    Join Date
    Apr 2002
    Just started using Flash MX. Have client that wants
    CD for both mac & PC. I am developing on
    windows. Will the CD I create work on both
    platforms? What do I need to be aware of?

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Mar 2003

    Same here my friend!

    Hey Zonedout,

    I'm facing the same problem...

    I've already searched this Flash MX board intensively and posted a lot of extra questions on several subjects... Do a search on user name Dubya and you'll see what i mean.

    In case you learn something new and useful, do let met know.

    Greetings and good luck

  3. #3
    Flash rules all. steiner_99's Avatar
    Join Date
    Aug 2002
    Kitchener Canada
    make 2 projector files in Flash MX. one for a mac and one for pc.
    burn to a CD. this is the easy way. it will work on both Mac's and PC's, but it's not very professional.

    Do to this correctly is more difficult.
    What you guys are talking about is a Mac/PC hybrid.
    and can only be done correctly on a Mac.
    Using Toast Titanium etc.
    because you must create a mac partition.

    check out were-here.com search their tut archive,
    they are great.
    -look for "burning cd's with flash"
    good luck guys
    What you learn is meant to be forgotten, so you can flow freely.
    -Bruce Lee

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Mar 2003

    Thanks a million

    Hey Steiner,

    Thanks a lot for the link to the We're Here tutorial on burning Mac/Windows CD's with flash content.

    Clear instructions, good pointers, advice from an experienced multimedia-producer... what more could you wish*

    I've printed the article and plan to learn it by heart!

    Thanks again from


    * this and a few million euro's at the bank of course...

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