Professional developers and enthusiasts looking for ways to design and create HTML5 and Flash animations can try out the new MotionComposer 1.8 released recently by Aquafadas, developer of digital publishing solutions.
The latest MotionComposer helps users to produce complex interactive animations using the company’s built-in toolset. Users also have an option to add transitions, audio, buttons and more and they can also create web cartoons, educational games, interactive advertisements, animations for mobile apps and e-books.
According to the company, MotionComposer is the only software that empowers users to make animations for the entire web. Also, this solution can be exported, embedded and viewed everywhere—on all desktop browsers, tablets, smartphones and next-generation eReaders.
It also offers a unique format priority feature, which helps users to export their animations in both Flash and HTML5, so users without HTML5 support will see the Flash version of their animation instead.
The announced version is enhanced with new features and bug fixes such as addition of scenes, improved crop functionality, new typefaces, document resizing, 360° rotation bug fixed. Using an iFrame, users can embed their project on any website, blogging platform or CMS that supports HTML5 or Flash animation. They can also use animated content for an e-book or mobile application.
To get started with MotionComposer , users need to have Mac OS X 10.6.8 or above ; 1 GHz Intel (News - Alert)-based Mac ; 1 GB of RAM ; Flash Player v10.0.1 or above ; Internet connection required for registration and online publishing. The latest version is also compatible with Snow Leopard Lion, Mountain Lion and iBooks Author.
The latest version of MotionComposer animations can be viewed with every browser on the market, including all versions of Internet, according to the company. The company is currently offering the latest version of MotionComposer 1.8 for $29.
Edited by Maurice Nagle