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3d Rotating Objects in Flash

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How can I create a 3d rotating object such as a logo in flash
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coopa earned 10 total points
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Check these two plugins out:

http://www.erain.com/
http://www.vecta3d.com/

There are other methods but these look great !
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thanks
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