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flash MX 2004 versus flash MX professional 2004 - Macromedia Flash

Hi, I am new to flash but I would like to learn it to built a web site with flash game, animations and my cartoons. I would like to know if I need Flash MX Professional 2004 or if Flash MX 2004 is enough. I am planning to learn flash with books and info on the internet. Thanks, Richard...

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    Default flash MX 2004 versus flash MX professional 2004

    Hi,

    I am new to flash but I would like to learn it to built a web site
    with flash game, animations and my cartoons. I would like to know if I need
    Flash MX Professional 2004 or if Flash MX 2004 is enough. I am planning to
    learn flash with books and info on the internet.

    Thanks,

    Richard


    Richard Guest

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    Default Re: flash MX 2004 versus flash MX professional 2004

    On Mon, 2 Aug 2004 06:53:07 -0500, "Richard" <superrickysympatico.ca>
    wrote:
    >Hi,
    >
    > I am new to flash but I would like to learn it to built a web site
    >with flash game, animations and my cartoons. I would like to know if I need
    >Flash MX Professional 2004 or if Flash MX 2004 is enough. I am planning to
    >learn flash with books and info on the internet.
    >
    > Thanks,
    >
    > Richard
    The price difference isn't that much, but for most people the standard
    version of Flash in pleny unless you're also planning on lots of
    back-end server side interaction with forms, high end graphics,
    databases, etc.. I went with the standard version and do some fairly
    complex stuff and I'm not disappointed with my choice. Besides you can
    always upgrade down the road if you do something that you need the pro
    version for. The standard version isn't a stripped down version like
    is the case with some software. Its plenty powerful and more than
    capable for most purposes and a handful by itself to learn to get
    beyond the basics. Do take the time to learn at least some elementary
    ActionScripting.


    Adam Albright Guest

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    Default Re: flash MX 2004 versus flash MX professional 2004


    "Adam Albright" <AAABC.net> wrote in message
    news:3lgsg0tdlrq93ss2m9fqe7ge09tlcfnfhd4ax.com...
    > On Mon, 2 Aug 2004 06:53:07 -0500, "Richard" <superrickysympatico.ca>
    > wrote:
    >
    > >Hi,
    > >
    > > I am new to flash but I would like to learn it to built a web
    site
    > >with flash game, animations and my cartoons. I would like to know if I
    need
    > >Flash MX Professional 2004 or if Flash MX 2004 is enough. I am planning
    to
    > >learn flash with books and info on the internet.
    > >
    > > Thanks,
    > >
    > > Richard
    >
    > The price difference isn't that much, but for most people the standard
    > version of Flash in pleny unless you're also planning on lots of
    > back-end server side interaction with forms, high end graphics,
    > databases, etc.. I went with the standard version and do some fairly
    > complex stuff and I'm not disappointed with my choice. Besides you can
    > always upgrade down the road if you do something that you need the pro
    > version for. The standard version isn't a stripped down version like
    > is the case with some software. Its plenty powerful and more than
    > capable for most purposes and a handful by itself to learn to get
    > beyond the basics. Do take the time to learn at least some elementary
    > ActionScripting.
    >
    Thanks for the info,

    Richard


    Richard Guest

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