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    Aloha!


    I once found the .swi file of this movie, but now I've lost it...
    The file I'm looking for:

    http://www.flashguns.com/clouds.swf

    Does anybody have a clue where I can download the .swi version????

    cyah

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    Willem, one of the members here at Flashkit and also over at Swish-Tutorials, created the clouds that Webste@k is referring to. If I recall correctly, it was designed to look similar to the clouds at 2advanced.com I'm not sure if the file is still available at his site but you could check http://www.flashguns.com or email Willem about it.

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    Willem clouds

    Originally posted by LisaA
    Willem, one of the members here at Flashkit and also over at Swish-Tutorials, created the clouds that Webste@k is referring to. If I recall correctly, it was designed to look similar to the clouds at 2advanced.com I'm not sure if the file is still available at his site but you could check http://www.flashguns.com or email Willem about it.
    I sent an email to flashguns asking for the swi and for info. It looks like a video clip converted to a sprite or swf

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    If you just import that .swf into Swish as a sprite, you will likely end up with the same thing as what the actual .swi file looks like....a bunch of place effects for each frame of the original video.

    I don't see any advantage to having the .swi for this, as it was obviously a video clip converted to .swf to begin with...meaning whoever originally did this in Swish imported it as an .swf file.

    They did do a nice job of splicing it for seamless looping though, and definitely at least ask permission before using it for your own project.

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    Hi,
    you can easily create moving clouds in Bryce by using their timeline and cloud editor and then export from there as AVI, convert to swf using something like V2F or a similar converter.

    david p.

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