I've been looking around at upgrading my video editing software, and found this discussion here, and because of this decided to stay with Adobe Premiere Pro CS3:
To my eyes, the most promising open source e-Commerce platforms I've seen lately are Ubercart and Magento. We're actually currently using Ubercart here as I write this, for this very site! Ubercart is actually a module for Drupal (a powerful content managment system). Drupal has another e-Commerce module... Drupal e-Commerce (yes, not very imaginitive, I know), but it's not currently quite as full featured as Ubercart.
This article has some excellent ways to use caching in Drupal, to make your Drupal site perform better:
Here is an example of a 3D Flash game, that uses Away3D:
If you use the arrow keys while making your character jump by clicking with the mouse, you can get some Matrix style turns. ;-)
Want to do 3D in Flash? There are 3 basic ways to get 3D animation in Flash.
- You can export video (or a series of images) from your 3D program, and import it into Flash. These would be basically a series of raster images (i.e. bitmaps) in Flash, that look like 3D.
- You can use some type of export from a 3D program that renders directly as a vector object in Flash. This would be similar to method 1, except that it would be in a Vector format instead of raster.