SWF to EXE Conversion & Slide Show Creation Using Aspose.Flash
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What's New in this Release?
Aspose.Flash for .NET 2.7.0 has been released. This new release of Aspose.Flash includes new remarkable feature of converting SWF to EXE and EXE to SWF file. Some other important features are creating slide shows, adding transition effects and retaining embedded audio in the converted FLV files. This release includes plenty of new and improved features as listed below
- Analyze and implement slideshow feature
- Support BoxOut effect
- Support BoxIn effect
- Support BlindsVertical effect
- Support blinds horizontal effect
- Support CheckerboardAcross effect
- Support CheckerboardDown effect
- Add support for embedded audio when swf is saved into FLV
- add support for exe files(projectors) generation from swfs
- Add support for exe files created form swfs
Newly added documentation pages and articles
Some new tips and articles have now been added into Aspose.Flash for .NET documentation that may guide you briefly how to use Aspose.Flash for performing different tasks like the followings.
Overview: Aspose.Flash for .NET
Aspose.Flash is a non-graphical .NET Flash management component allowing developers to dynamically generate and edit Flash® content directly from .NET applications. It provides support for Flash v8, Flash v9, Flash Lite and ActionScript allowing you to create, parse and modify flash files. Using Aspose.Flash, you can create banners with animation, menus or whole site, GIS maps or simple games. Also insert images, shapes, simple morphing, gradients, audio and video streams to your flash files.
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