Can Maya animation be exported into Dreamweaver?

Posted on 2006-04-13
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Can a Maya animation be exported into Dreamweaver for use on a web page? If so, how can this be done, please?
Question by:jackieBB
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by:Dushan De Silva
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Yes. You can export MAYA animation as Flash file (swf). Then you can put that into Dreamweaver.

BR Dushan

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ID: 16451814
Thank you. Could you please explain how in easy steps eg
how to save a Maya animation as .swf
how to bring it into Flash at the right size
and so on.
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Dushan De Silva earned 525 total points
ID: 16451855
Render Your movie as Flash swf(shockwave) in Maya, with right size.
Then insert that swf to Dreamweaver.

BR Dushan

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