Animated Logo Creator

Discussion in 'The Animated Logo Creator' started by chuck9997, Dec 16, 2009.

  1. chuck9997

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    I am sort of interested in this software.. Does anyone have any examples of work they have completed with the ANIMATED LOGO CREATOR? How much can you actually manipulate a picture.. do you always have to use a pre-designed template?

    I have used the regular LOGO CREATOR for a few years and really like it.

    thanks for any advice and/or opinions.
  2. KD-did

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    It is not necessary to start with a template. You can start with a blank canvas, you can import into ALC and the built in animations can be layered to give different effects.

    The Native FLA is within the program so it should be able to be manipulated but that would depend on your knowledge of "FLASH".
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260982990
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260983050
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260983121
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260983191
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260983400
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1258395332
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1258855744
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260984493
    http://www.swfcabin.com/open/1260984614
  3. chuck9997

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    sounds good.. but now I am bit concerned.. apparently your links are to samples of logos created with the ANIMATED LOGO CREATOR.. and I can't see any of them. It says I need to upgrade my flash player.. I can see flash everywhere else with no problems.
  4. KD-did

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    Hmmm I have no one complain about that when I have provided links before...even to people with no flash viewers on their computer are you using Vista or Windows 7? Perhaps it the having to use admin mode thing.
  5. chuck9997

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    using windows 7
  6. chuck9997

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    just checked.. it's a problem with viewing anything at www.swfcabin.com I checked can't see any flash object hosted there.
  7. chuck9997

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    ok.. i upgraded flash.. and was able to view your designs. Very nice. Is the little light glow.. floating around something pretty much the extent of what can be done?
  8. KD-did

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    You don't need ALC to see those files so I am at a loss to explain. Hopefully we will get some input from other Windows 7 users.
  9. chuck9997

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    see prior post.. i can see the files.
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    Is there a how-to manual for the Animated logo software? I am at my intellectual boundaries right out of the gate.
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  13. chuck9997

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    thanks for all the comments and help... Let me say.. I am right on the edge of purchasing. Mainly because the willingness of people to help with Laughingbird software.. has always been super! I just want to make sure this is something I would use before I plunk down my $$.

    I do wish Laughingbird offered a download 30 day trial version of software.
  14. Nickydude MadLad Designs

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    So do I, or may be a non-save version as I'd like to see what other animations there are and what I could do.
  15. KD-did

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    I have suggested to Marc to make the ALC manual available here in the forum for downloading so that a somewhat informed decision can be made while he is building the web pages for ALC .

    To make a trial download would be nice, however, that requires installers to be created and a great deal of programming, testing correcting, finding solutions for any unknown bugs, upload times while still trying to take care of customer service for all Laughingbird products for both platforms (at the same time) is next to impossible.

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