Ashvin Savani “arckid” – Flash Platform Expert

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Archive for February, 2005

CoolTool: FileRenamer 2005

I just used File Renamer 2005 to rename my 8000 plus image data. File Renamer did it in just 10 seconds. It’s Great time saving tool to organize your files in more efficient and orderly manner.

About File Renamer 2005

File Renamer 2005 is an all-in-one power-packed utility to rename files speedily and efficiently without any errors as it has an in-built preview pane to visualize the after-effects of renamed files.

File Renamer 2005 Features:

  • Fastest File Renamer
  • A simple flexible and yet powerful interface to rename files
  • It has powerful real-time preview to file rename.
  • It can recursively process sub-directories/folders.
  • It can undo past renaming operation.
  • Over 30+ renaming criteria
  • File Renamer can change file extensions in a flash.
  • Mp3 files renaming with ID3 tags and ID3 tag renaming

Website: http://www.filerenamer.net

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  • Filed under: General
  • Jack Hilton wrote new article on how to manage Flash Communication Server with clustering for Live Webcasts.

    Direct Links for Article:

    Introduction

    What is Clustering – The Process

    How to program for Dual Server Connections

    Printable Version of Article

    Download Source code for Clustering with Flashcom

    Really Nice Article by Jake Hilton!

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  • Filed under: Flashcom
  • Upcoming Macrochat: Flash Video Basics Macrochat

    When: Thursday, February 24, 2005 – 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM US/Eastern

    Description:

    Macromedia Technical Support Engineer Bentley Wolfe will introduce Flash beginners to basic Flash video concepts. You’ll learn how Flash imports and exports video and how to create Flash FLV files for use with Player and Flash Communication Server.

    What You Will Learn:

    • Video formats that Flash MX 2004 imports
    • Importing video into Flash MX 2004
    • Using Flash MX 2004 to create video
    • Creating FLVs
    • Creating FLVs
    • Playing FLVs as embedded video; linking with media components and using the Flash Communication Server

    You must register for this Macrochat at:

    http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=149624&loc=en_us

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  • Filed under: Flash
  • When: Wednesday, February 23, 2005 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM US/Eastern

    Description:
    Script errors in Director usually display details describing why an error occurred. However, once a projector or Shockwave movie is created, generic script errors sometimes appear, such as “Script Error, Continue?” These errors can be difficult to troubleshoot if there is no information describing why the error occurred. Join Macromedia Senior Technical Support Engineer Boaz Englesberg who will be leading a live demonstration on debugging movies using the alertHook command and a Director.ini file. Boaz will demonstrate how to use alertHook and the Director.ini/Shockwave.ini file for debugging purposes at run time.

    What You Will Learn:

    • Using the Director.ini file to troubleshoot script errors
    • Troubleshooting a generic script error in a projector or Shockwave movie

    You must register for this Macrochat at:

    http://www.macromedia.com/cfusion/event/index.cfm?event=detail&id=149910&loc=en_us

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  • Filed under: General
  • MSN Messanger Worm – W32/Bropia

    Anti-virus vendors have raised the threat level on a double-barrelled MSN Messenger worm that lures users with the promise of sexy image files.

    MSN Worm - Sexy Image

    The worm, identified as W32/Bropia, arrives as a download link within MSN instant messaging sessions, but instead of sexy photographs, infected users get an image of a cooked chicken on a platter with a neatly drawn bikini tan line.

    The worm also deposits a variant of the Rbot backdoor Trojan that is capable of using infected machines to create zombie networks, security experts warn.

    So be Aware!!

    Update:

    I forgot to add credits to this post that It was via GeekNewsCentral

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  • Filed under: News, Windows